GET INVOLVED

Are you ready to be the change?

 

Make a stand and a difference!

 

There are many ways to volunteer,

from walking door to door to hosting fundraising events.

Here are ways you can help:

HOST A
FACEBOOK 
EVENT

One of the easiest ways to help me get my vision and message out to all of the members of the Cherokee nation is to host a campaign event on Facebook.

 

If you are not able to host a virtual Facebook campaign event you can share our posts and tag all of your native family and friends so that they stay informed of all the latest updates.

If you are interested in hosting an event please contact us using the button below.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

I am a firm believer that great things happen as the result of hard work and cooperation from those involved working together.

 

I have the vision to help make the Cherokee people a strong independent and self sustainable group as our ancestors were. 

 

Ambitious plans take dedicated volunteers with servants hearts to ensure the vision is reached. 

If you are a dedicated passionate person that has a deep love for your community, native neighbors, family and friends we would love to visit with you and get you started in making a change.

Wado

Richard Tyler

MAKE A 
DONATION

My team and I are working to be the change that is needed in our community one step at a time. Our campaign is based off of our love for our community and investing in the future of our communities. 

 

I have opted to pursue the office of council for district five using my personal funds. As many of you know campaigning comes with many costs and fees to ensure that everything runs smoothly and fairly. 

If you feel led to make a donation know that every dollar will be accounted for and used judiciously. Following the conclusion of the election I promise to post our campaign ledger for public review to ensure transparency for anyone that wants to view our records.

Join the Richard Tyler Campaign

Richard Tyler 451635 E 976 Rd

Vian, OK 7462

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