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Kendra Horn on Principles & Values

 

 


Most are a little left of center, a little right of center

[On political philosophy] "I think there's a misperception that if you're not extreme, you're not standing up for things," she said. "The way that we consume [media] now, it drives these people who are the flamethrowers, who are going to say the most outlandish things, who can speak to one constituency." She added, "Most of us live somewhere a little left of center, a little right of center."
Source: The Nation magazine on 2022 Oklahoma Senate race , Feb 18, 2020

My faith has always been something more personal to me

The public demonstration of her faith marked a transformation of sorts for Horn, a 42-year-old native Oklahoman who grew up Southern Baptist but said she fell in love with the Episcopal Church's "combination of intellect and liturgy" as an adult. "My faith has always been something more personal to me, so it has been an interesting journey working on sharing that and my expression of it," Horn said in an interview with Religion News Service before the prayer service.
Source: Religion News Service on 2022 Oklahoma Senate race , Feb 18, 2020

Women legislators more likely to reach across the aisle

Horn said, "We make demands of female candidates that we don't of male candidates."

"Women are required to prove they are qualified, and men are presumed to be qualified. Women have to show their leadership ability."

"When they are serving in an elected office, there is a lot evidence, [that] they are more likely to reach across the aisle," Horn said. "They get more legislation passed. They are more likely to work collaboratively. They are extremely great legislators."

Source: KSBW TV-8 on 2018 OK-5 House race , Aug 3, 2018

I fundamentally believe in public service

"Why I am running is because I feel like there are more things that unite us than divide us," Horn told Oklahoma Gazette. "We need representation that is going to rise above partisan politics and the divisiveness in the current conversation. I fundamentally believe in public service. It's what calls to me. It's one of the reasons I've done all that I've done. When looking at this seat and this state and knowing the needs, it's time for somebody to stand up."
Source: Oklahoma Gazette on 2018 OK-5 House race , Jul 12, 2017

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