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September 4th, 2009 event “Pray for Tulsa” video now available

Anna Falling hosted an event called “Pray for Tulsa” on Friday outside of City Hall.

The event was attended by local media, local churches, individuals and other mayoral candidates.

Click HERE to see video from the event.

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Cutting Utilities, Anna’s Press Conference at Tulsa City Hall

Anna Falling holds a press conference at Tulsa City Hall to announce her plans to lower utility rates by 25% if elected mayor.

Click HERE to see posted video of this Press Conference.

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Anna’s Interview With John Erling

John Erling is interviewing mayoral candidates and posting the eight-minute segments.

Here’s a link to his video interview with Anna

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Video Of Anna’s Press Conference On Police Initiatives Now Available

Please click here to see Anna’s press conference on her 5-point plan to help protect Tulsa police officers

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Video Of Anna’s Remarks At The Tulsa Zoo

Click here to see the video of Anna’s press conference at the Tulsa Zoo.

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Media Coverage Of Anna’s Zoo Rally

Below are some links to media coverage of Anna’s press conference at the zoo yesterday.

Tulsa World

KOTV-6

KRMG News Talk Radio

KJRH-2 (This includes coverage of the Republican Women’s Luncheon, where several mayorial candidates spoke, as well as comments from Anna about the zoo display)

Fox News (National)

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Anna’s Interview With Urban Tulsa Weekly

Here’s Anna’s interview with Mike Easterling of the Urban Tulsa Weekly.

Excerpt:

Falling–who co-founded the Cornerstone Assistance Network, a faith-based organization that seeks to transform lives from poverty to purpose, with her husband in 1996 and serves as the organization’s executive director–touts the work her coalition of 370 churches could do on the city’s behalf if given the chance to work on such issues as after-school, tutoring, parks and neighborhood-improvement programs.

“But they have not been able to do that” because they haven’t been made to feel welcome by the city, she said.

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