"I’m not a career politician. I’ve served my country since 1986 first in the U.S. Army and then as a Deputy for the Tulsa County Sheriff’s office. I’m running for Tulsa City Council to show my loveforthiscountry in a new way. I will bring integrity, conservative values, patriotism, and love for our to our local government."
FIGHTING FOR CONSERVATIVE VALUES & COMMON-SENSE GOVERNANCE
Prioritize emergency services for a safer community
Cut wasteful spending of taxpayer dollars
Invest in new infrastructure, roads, & bridges
Recruit new companies to create better paying jobs
Put people first over selfish political agendas
Protect our Constitutional values & freedoms
TULSA CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 6 VOTE NOVEMBER 3, 2020
CHRISTIAN, CONSERVATIVE, CONSTITUTIONAL
I support, and will always stand behind our firefighters, police, and first responders.
I will defend ALL CITIZENS regardless of identity to ensure equality in the law.
Stop accepting leadership that answers to PACs and has put you as the voter being irrelevant. Don't accept leadership that fails to answer except to take credit.
I’m not a career politician. I’ve served my country since 1986 first in the U.S. Army and then as a Deputy for the Tulsa County Sheriff’s office.
I’m running for Tulsa City Council to show my love for this country in a new way. I will bring integrity, conservative values, patriotism, and love for Tulsa to our local government.
MEET CHRISTIAN BENGEL
From 1999-2016, Bengel served his community as a Tulsa County Reserve Sheriff’s Deputy. This service provided the Sheriff’s Office, and the citizens of Tulsa County, additional force and service to the community without charge or benefit of taxpayer dollars.
As an employee for the City of Tulsa, he was selected as a special project manager overseeing hiring contractors, meeting vendors, and the police equipment officer(s) to meet delivery expectations, performance, and quality assurance for the program of updating and improving the police vehicles. Among other responsibilities, Bengel’s acquired management experience with oversight grew into more than 150 vehicles and balancing a budget in excess of $1,000,000.