Nearly a mile long parade of vehicles from Hennessey, Crescent, Enid, Dover, Aline, Fairview, Lacey, Oklahoma City, Yukon, Waukomis, Anthony Kansas and even a truck driver who was driving through, stopped, put out his Trump flag and joined in. Everyone lined up off 51 and made the rounds from Mitchell to 7th and down Main Street twice around. Following, everyone stopped at Memorial Park for a short rally. State representative Denise Crosswhite Hader and her husband Canadian county commissioner Marc Hader were driving by and spotted the event and stopped to show support. Denise Crosswhite Hader spoke a few words to the crowd and encouraged everyone to get out and vote. Jay Ladwig led everyone in the pledge of allegiance, prayer and short unprepared speech that was well received. Susan Henry, president and coordinator of the OK2A group spoke briefly inviting all to attend their meetings held every 1st Thursday, at 6:30pm at the Cow Palace.

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