Lucas Launches YouTube Channel

Apr 01, 2009

Washington, DCCongressman Lucas is pleased to announce the launch of his new YouTube channel.  YouTube is fast becoming one of the most popular websites on the internet, with millions of visitors each day.  The Congressman’s new YouTube channel will be just one more mechanism he will use to communicate with his constituents in the Third District of Oklahoma.

“A website like YouTube is a great way to get information out to the people of Oklahoma so they can see first-hand what I am working on for them in Washington, D.C.,” stated Lucas.  “I am proud to announce the launch of my new YouTube channel and encourage anyone with access to the internet to visit it.”

Lucas’ YouTube channel can be found at

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