Democrat congressional candidate Tom Guild apologized, after he was caught stealing his opponent’s yard signs caught next to an Oklahoma road.
(Tom Guild for Congress)
An Oklahoma congressional candidate has apologised after he was caught with his opponent’s campaign signs from a street corner-just before the state primary election.
Tom Guild, which bills itself seat as a progressive Democrats vying for Oklahoma’s 5th congressional district, was accused in a Facebook post under the character of Kendra Horn, the Democratic candidate. The Facebook post was shared more than 100 times, contain caught photos of Guild allegedly caught in the act.
“Sometimes in the heat and hustle and bustle of the campaign, mistakes will be made,” the Guild said in a statement to The Oklahoman’s. “On reflection, remove some of my opponent’s characters — for some reason-was a mistake on my part, for which I apologize.”
The Oklahoman’s security footage released that showed the Guild to go on the road and pull up Horn – light-turquoise-string.
Horn, who has led several Nonprofit organizations, are encouraged to focus supporters on the questions in the other campaign signs.
“This election is not about yard signs, it goes to education and health care affordable, but the voters, the candidates should be responsible when it comes to values and ethics as well,” she said on Twitter. “I’ll give you a call to talk to my Fans, to their friends and family about the campaign and the issues the most to them.”
I’m calling to speak to my Fans, to their friends and family about the campaign and the issues the most to them.
— Kendra Horn (@HornForCongress) June 25, 2018
Tyson Todd Meade, is another candidate of the Democrats for the seat, said he was listening to “sad” about the Guild, the actions in a Twitter post. He said he and Horn “embraces [and] wished each other luck,” after the weekend of the pride parade.
I’m sad to hear that. According to Pride yesterday, Kendra @HornForCongress & I hugged & wished each other luck. This is our approach in the #CD5 https://t.co/AAGMfJY1Lq
tyson todd meade (@DadaCamelTalk) June 25, 2018
Also on Tuesday, the primaries Elysabeth Britt, Leona Kelley-Leonard and Eddie Porter. Rep. Steve Russell, the incumbent, faces Gregory Dunson and DeJuan Edwards in the GOP primary.
President Trump won Oklahoma in the 2016 presidential elections with more than 65 percent of the vote.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.