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"I’m not a career politician. I’ve served my country since 1986 first in the U.S. Army and then as a Deputy for the Tulsa County Sheriff’s office. I’m running for Tulsa City Council to show my loveforthiscountry in a new way. I will bring integrity, conservative values, patriotism, and love for our to our local government." 

FIGHTING FOR CONSERVATIVE VALUES & COMMON-SENSE GOVERNANCE

SMARTER SPENDING

Prioritize emergency services for a safer community

Cut wasteful spending of taxpayer dollars

 

Invest in new infrastructure, roads, & bridges

SERVANT LEADERSHIP.

Recruit new companies to create better paying jobs

Put people first over selfish political agendas

Protect our Constitutional values & freedoms

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Christian Bengel

INTEGRITY, COURAGE, WORK ETHIC, RESPONSIVE

 

FOR TULSA CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 6

I support, and will always stand behind our firefighters, police, and first responders  without hesitation! 

I have and will continue to defend all citizens regardless of identity to ensure equality in the law.  Sitting in the dockets of our Municipal Judges several times has allowed me to validate our citizens are treated with respect and fairness.

Thank you for the honor and privilege of serving the citizens of District 6 for the past 2 years.  I ask you to continue that trust, as we work together to rebuild our community.  Citizens don't expect the moon, but they do expect you to be honest, keep your word, and fiercely advocate for their community.  I've done just that!

Just as I advocated previously, Town Halls should make use of technology.  Every Town Hall we've had with one exception due to a holiday has been on Facebook live.  We've also used Nextdoor.  Elected representatives must go where their audience is.  Because citizens have everyday lives and can't make it, we provide convenience.  Trending of emails is how I determine necessity.  Quantity does not equal quality.  The citizen-employees of Tulsa are a resource, and work all day.  We need to use those resources wisely and purposefully.

Nothing gets done alone!  Working with others to get things done is imperative.  Service during initial term includes Tulsa Area United Way Neighborhood Engagement committee, Vice-Chair of Route 66 Commission, Pre-Hospital and Special Events Working Groups.

Capital improvement development includes support for Improve Our Tulsa 3 package that brings the new Public Safety Center to East Tulsa along with infrastructure improvement of streets by collaboration w/District 7 Councilor to appropriate $15 million in street widening from 41st and Garnett and east to 129th E Ave.  Additionally securing $1 million in design funding to improve traffic patterns associated with new housing developments at 145th E Ave and 41st St S.  

Completion of $135k CIP water access on 21st Street to spur additional development.  Tulsa Family's Four-Decade Quest for City Water Ends in Triumph | Community | citynewstulsa.com

Work and passage of Title 2 Ordinance amendment to adopt Oklahoma statutes regarding animal disposal in the City of Tulsa on properties over 80 acres.  Spearheading current work to amend Board of Adjustment appeal process with Oklahoma legislature.

Economic developments include Incubator at Plaza Santa Cecilia, and chair of LDARC on the TID for Project Anthem.

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MEET CHRISTIAN BENGEL

From 1999-2016, Bengel served his community as a Tulsa County Reserve Sheriff’s Deputy.  This service provided the Sheriff’s Office, and the citizens of Tulsa County, additional force and service to the community without charge or benefit of taxpayer dollars.

 

Former City of Tulsa Employee from 1994-2000 for Radio Services Division. Former employee of Verizon Business Services, formerly World-Com from 2000-2010. Currently employed as a leader for a geographically diverse team for a nationally-recognized technology company. 

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