Monday, July 27, 2009

Holt Reports $55,665 Raised In SD30 Race

Republican State Senate candidate David Holt reports today he's raised $55,665 in his bid to replace Senate President Pro Tem Glenn Coffee in Senate District 30.
Holt reports he has just under $50,000 in cash on hand. The donations came from 167 donors. The total does not include donations made after June 30.
Holt is seeking the open seat currently held by Coffee, who is term-limited in 2010. The district covers parts of Northwest Oklahoma City, Bethany, Warr Acres, and the Village.
Holt serves as a member of the Oklahoma County Republican Party Executive Committee, on the boards of the Northwest Chamber and the Putnam City Schools Foundation, and is active in numerous other community organizations. He currently serves as chief of staff to Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett (with whom he is pictured), previously served in the White House of President George W. Bush, under U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert and Lt. Governor Mary Fallin, and several members of Congress from Oklahoma.
Holt officially launched his candidacy June 2. More information on Holt’s Senate campaign can be found at

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