She said she's been disappointed with the online dating services she's tried.“These guys will say and do about anything,” Hollis said.“His head spun around like he'd just seen a swimsuit model,” Hollis said.“That's when I realized he was as honest as the day is long.” These days, Hollis, 58 — who sadly was widowed 11/2 years into her marriage — finds it difficult to find an honest man.The surrogates KGOU invited surrogates from the campaigns to help woo these voters.
On Friday, Republican hopefuls Donald Trump and Marco Rubio stopped in Oklahoma City.
Meet our undecided voters Undecided voter Jeanette Schreiber, from Oklahoma City, can’t decide between Sanders and Clinton. Or do you want that relationship that will stand the test of time that may not be quite as exciting? She says a four- or eight-year commitment is a big decision. “I think things may have cleared up a little bit recently but I’m also just really looking to really get to know these candidates and their policies and then make a more well informed decision.” Ashley Combs, from Oklahoma City, voted for the first time in 2008 when she cast her ballot for then-Senator Barack Obama. She said she’s “still in love” with Obama after eight years. The Vermont Senator cheered a “political revolution” during his most recent visit to the Sooner State, which drew thousands of young voters.
She says a four- or eight-year commitment is a big decision. “He still has my heart, being that he was the first person I voted for, but I am terribly, terribly sad to see him go which is why I can’t commit to someone right now because I am kind of heartbroken,” Combs said. Sanders’ appearance in Oklahoma was the second within a week as he tried to gain voters ahead of Super Tuesday.
She's had dates who've posted high school photographs on their online profiles and then shown up with double chins, or ex-smokers who've wheezed through their dinner, she said.
“All that most are looking for is sex, a housekeeper or a nursemaid,” she said.
Lough said he was drawn to Jeb Bush’s quiet leadership style. Republican Presidential candidate Marco Rubio visited downtown Oklahoma City Friday in advance of the state’s primary election on Tuesday.