The Gayly Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1999 Page: 6 of 28
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CIMARRON ALLIANCE GROUP BACKS COUNCIL WINNER
by Paula Brown
The Cimarron Alliance Group, a political
action committee based in Oklahoma City,
was listed as the largest campaign contribu-
tors for two candidates in the Wards 2 and 6
Citv Council races. Their contribution and
support backed a winner in Ann Simank.
Ward 6 incumbent.
buuon reports, the
group was the only
S5.000 donor in
any of the cam-
paigns. giving the
amount to Ward 2
S2.500 to Ann
ported by local gay
and lesbian activ-
ists for their solid
ranking on hu-
man rights issues.
ported total cam-
tions of S6.012:
Simank s coffers totaled S20.285. including
S2.500from R. Scott Wilson. S500from Llovd
Hardin. Jr . and S500 from Harold and Joann
Other city council candidates reported
the following donations:
— Ward 2. Amy Brooks. S24.936
— Ward 2 Loren Capron, SI6.415
— Ward 2. Bob Gazin. SO
— Ward 6, Lee Dickey, S800
— Ward 6. Marjone Stratton missed the
reporting deadline, but indicated she raised
less than $500.
Dunngthe March 16 elections. Simank
was successfully reelected for another four-
year term, receiving over 70 percent of the
I votes. Amy Brooks won the Ward 2 seat, also
by a large majority. Brooks was endorsed by
broad base of
c o m m u n i t y
cluding that of
many gays and
live in her
ance. at which
suppoii a hu
man rights or-
dinance if out
Councilwoman Ann Simank receives a congratula-
tory hug from OGLPC’s Paul Thompson.
posed. Despite her promise, however
Cimarron chose to back McAffrey.
"We simply felt he was a better choice,
said Cimarron President Terry Gatewood
adding. “On our overall issues, he was the
stronger candidate. Now that the elections
are over, we offer Amy our congratulations
and look forward to working with her in tin
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Hawkins, Don. The Gayly Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1999, newspaper, April 1, 1999; Oklahoma City, Okla.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc825239/m1/6/: accessed January 20, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.