OKLAHOMA CITY — Senator James Lankford highlighted Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s second-annual Evening of Impact fundraising event on Friday, Dec. 2 at the Petroleum Club in Oklahoma City.
Sen. Lankford shared with more than 70 Farm Bureau members and guests his experience in agriculture and his time in Washington, D.C. through an informal Q&A with OKFB President Rodd Moesel.
Throughout the Q&A, Lankford also gave his thoughts on international trade, the state of Oklahoma’s marijuana industry, the 2024 presidential election and more.
Members in attendance also had the opportunity to hear from Pat McFerron of Cole Hargrave Snodgrass and Associates during dinner as he recapped highlights and trends from the November 2022 general election.
The night concluded with the auction of two bar stools signed by Gov. Kevin Stitt.
Proceeds from the 2022 Evening of Impact will benefit the OKFB Ag PAC, which supports state and federal candidates for office who share Farm Bureau members’ values and who understand the important role agriculture plays in our state and nation.
The OKFB Ag PAC is supported solely by individual contributions, which come primarily from Farm Bureau members who elect to make voluntary contributions when renewing their membership dues. Members can donate at any time by mailing a check to the Ag PAC.
Contributions or gifts to the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Ag PAC are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.
–Oklahoma Farm Bureau