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Donna Anderson, Superintendent of Bennington Public Schools, announced today that she will run to be Oklahoma’s Superintendent of Public Instruction in 2014.
She has more than 19 years of education experience and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Northwestern University, and a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from East Central University.It is exciting to see so many Oklahoma Democrats that are announcing their candidacies for 2014! Donna joins many other candidates that understand the importance of getting started early! If you are interested in running for office or would like to nominate someone, contact us!
Photo Credit: Sadie Kaserman 

Donna Anderson, Superintendent of Bennington Public Schools, announced today that she will run to be Oklahoma’s Superintendent of Public Instruction in 2014.

She has more than 19 years of education experience and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Northwestern University, and a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from East Central University.

It is exciting to see so many Oklahoma Democrats that are announcing their candidacies for 2014! Donna joins many other candidates that understand the importance of getting started early! If you are interested in running for office or would like to nominate someone, contact us!

Photo Credit: Sadie Kaserman 

Filed under Oklahoma Education Politics 2014 Elections Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Barresi

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OkDemocrats:
Politics & Social Media
Here we have an infographic that shows the results of a survey based in politics and social media. It is interesting to see what this representation of 500 Americans looks like, especially after the 2008 elections, which was noted for its heavy use of social media.Several questions come to mind for the 2012 elections such as how effective will social media be for voters this next cycle? What media sources do you use? Will you participate in the online conversation?
We want to help facilitate that conversation so let us know what you’re thinking by commenting on our Facebook page or ask a question on our blog.

OkDemocrats:

Politics & Social Media

Here we have an infographic that shows the results of a survey based in politics and social media. It is interesting to see what this representation of 500 Americans looks like, especially after the 2008 elections, which was noted for its heavy use of social media.

Several questions come to mind for the 2012 elections such as how effective will social media be for voters this next cycle? What media sources do you use? Will you participate in the online conversation?

We want to help facilitate that conversation so let us know what you’re thinking by commenting on our Facebook page or ask a question on our blog.

Filed under Oklahoma Democratic Party Social Media Politics