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Rep. Cole Votes for Govt. Reopen

OKLAHOMA CITY Okla_ 4th District Congressman Tom Cole was the only member of Oklahoma's delegation to vote in favor of the plan to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling.

Cole was among 87 republicans in the House voting in support of the bill. Oklahoma Congressmen Jim Bridenstine, James Lankford, Frank Lucas and Mark Wayne Mullin were among the 144 Republican House members voting no.

 

 

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