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Breaking news for OKC Mayoral election 2014: Dr. Ed Shadid offers ride to vote

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Dr. Ed Shadid's Mayoral Election Campaign Office released a clear and direct invitation of a ride to the polls tomorrow via email near the noon hour today.

Dr. Shadid noted the questions of residents of Oklahoma City regarding inclement weather across Oklahoma City. Given the near 4 inches of snow yesterday, much of OKC is closed today. Weather is expected to warm and improve tomorrow.

Dr. Ed Shadid's office is offering free rides to the polls to vote tomorrow. Rides for voting are offered to any residents of the Oklahoma City area for any reason. Oklahoma City Mayoral Election 2014 polls tomorrow from 7am until 7pm. The office is accepting calls starting now, and throughout the day tomorrow to answer this need.

Persons wondering where their Oklahoma City Mayoral Election 2014 polling place is in relation to their address? Click this link

Any person who believes they need a ride is invited to call the campaign office (405) 212- 3068 and notify the campaign office staff for Dr. Ed Shadid of the need.

This is a highly contested race, between the sitting Mayor, Mick Cornett, and Ward 2 City Councilor, Dr. Ed Shadid, with two others lagging far behind. Cornett has refused any professionally managed debate. Shadid has pressed the issue with little movement. KFOR Channel 4 in OKC did provide this forum, repeatedly replaying the televised episodes.