The Weekly Wortman News


Okie Pundit points out the contradictions he sees in the recent mailer put out by Bill Wortman's campaign for the GOP nomination for the 1st Congressional District. The mailer is designed to look like a newspaper not connected with the campaign:

At the bottom of this story Wortman is qouted as saying, "this shows the institutional dishonesty pervasive in Sullivan's political career". Perhaps true, but odd coming from a candidate trying to make his political ad look like a third party newspaper.

There's more. And to see all of Wortman's mailer in all its glory, visit and look at the top of the "Campaign Chatter" column. is a fascinating site, owned and operated by OU Political Science professor Keith Gaddie.

At the moment, the headline story on is an analysis of who would likely win the White House in the event of a tie in the electoral college. But then if you're a regular reader of this site, you already know something about that.

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