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Police Fraternity To Dunk Politicians, Register Voters

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The Tulsa Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 93 want residents to "Dunk-a-Politician."

It's part of their voter registration drive Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm. It will be at the Fraternal Order of Police #93 lodge on 21st Street near 129th East Avenue.

Families are invited to dunk some of their favorite local leaders - like city councilors and mayoral candidates - at the dunk tank. Organizers said the event includes a giant bouncy house, cotton candy, a game truck, hot dogs and goodie bags.

Here's the full list and schedule:

10am - 11am Mayoral Candidate and former Councilor Bill Christiansen

11am - 12pm Councilor Arianna Moore

12pm - 1pm Councilor Karen Gilbert

1pm - 2pm FOP President Sergeant Clay Ballenger

2pm - 3pm Councilor Jeannie Cue

3pm - 4pm Councilor Phil Lakin

FOP organizers said two of the five mayoral candidates are scheduled to appear. Dewey Bartlett, Bill Christiansen and Kathy Taylor will have booths set up with information about their platforms.

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