United States Senator Tom Coburn, R-Muskogee, was in Guthrie Wednesday morning for his third and final day of scheduled town hall meetings in Oklahoma for the first week of April.
The meeting was held downtown at the Oklahoma Sports Museum with well over 100 citizens taking part in the answer and question session.
“We heard all sorts of questions and comments, ” said Senator Coburn.
One person even suggested ‘Coburn for President’, but the Senator was quick to discourage the motion.
Coburn hit on everything from the national debt, to healthcare and education. He also tried to clear up any confusion on the issues that several brought up, including the concerns of the Guthrie Job Corps and the ongoing wasteful government spending.
Coburn began the series on Monday with meetings in Ada, Ardmore and Duncan. Tuesday’s meetings were in Lawton, Altus, Elk City, and El Reno. He wrapped up the series today with meetings in Norman and Oklahoma City after his Guthrie visit.