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Bush, Fiorina to Visit Oklahoma City on Tuesday

Two Republican presidential hopefuls will be making short stops in Oklahoma on Tuesday.

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush is planning to attend a private fundraiser in Oklahoma City on Tuesday morning. The breakfast reception is closed to the public and the press, and an online invitation to the event encourages a $2,700 donation level for supporters.

Following the Oklahoma City event, Bush is expected to head to Pittsburgh to lay out details of his energy plan.

Another GOP presidential candidate — Carly Fiorina — will also be in Oklahoma City on Tuesday. The former Hewlett-Packard CEO will speak at a town hall discussion with the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association. The event is by invitation only and is not open to the public.

Marco Rubio spoke to the same organization earlier this month in Oklahoma City. Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have also made recent stops in Oklahoma.

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