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LEGISLATIVE GUIDE

2013


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Table of

CONTENTS Message from the Chair............... 2 Government Relations Staff......... 2 2013 Legislative Agenda.............. 3 Legislative Action Center........... 14 Greater OKC Chamber PAC..... 15 Pro-Business Scorecard.............. 16 Elected Officials Directory........ 18 Chamber Leadership................. 36

GOVERNMENT RELATIONS BENEFACTORS

GOVERNMENT RELATIONS SPONSORS Cox Communications OGE Energy Corp.

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A message from the

CHAIR

As one of the country’s largest chambers of commerce – representing 5,300 member companies and a workforce of 250,000 – the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber actively advocates for the passage of pro-business legislation that will foster an economic climate conducive to further growth. The Chamber will also work to prevent the passage of legislation that would negatively impact your company’s bottom line and the Chamber’s ability to recruit new companies or help our existing companies expand. Each legislative session presents an opportunity for the Chamber to advocate for sound policy decisions. The 2013 session will be no different as members of the legislature will assemble in February to address important issues that will impact the future vitality of our region and state. We are fully dedicated to ensuring the voice of the business community is strongly and accurately expressed throughout the legislative process. Greater Oklahoma City is currently experiencing tremendous success that is the result of visionary leadership and an ongoing commitment of community leaders wholeheartedly focused on working together to make our city a better place. The Chamber is deeply

committed to extending this momentum by working with elected officials to advance responsible solutions to the challenges we face. Because success depends on working together as a business community, I invite you to take a close look at our legislative priorities and to become involved in the process. When an issue affecting your business or industry is being considered by the legislature, please take a moment to let your officials know where you stand. By simply making a phone call or sending an email or letter, you will have a direct impact on the legislative process and positively supplement the Chamber’s efforts at the capitol. Sincerely,

Pete Delaney Chair, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber CEO, OGE Energy Corp.

CHAMBER GOVERNMENT RELATIONS STAFF

Mark VanLandingham Vice President Government Relations & Policy mvanlandingham@ okcchamber.com

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Drew Dugan Vice President Education & Workforce Development ddugan@okcchamber.com

Derek Sparks Government Relations Manager dsparks@okcchamber.com

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Sarah Dolan Government Relations Executive Assistant sdolan@okcchamber.com


2013 Legislative

AGENDA

Workers’ Compensation Reform With Oklahoma’s workers’ compensation insurance rates continuing to escalate and claim costs continuing to be higher than the national average, significant reforms to the state’s workers’ compensation laws must be enacted. The Chamber will support all changes necessary to make Oklahoma economically competitive in this area, including a change to an administrative workers’ compensation system. State Income Tax Reform The Chamber applauds the efforts of Gov. Mary Fallin and legislative leaders to reform Oklahoma’s tax structure and to responsibly reduce the state income tax to a level that will make our state more competitive. However, the Chamber believes the following tax reform guidelines should be followed in order to preserve and enhance our state’s business climate:

• Elected officials should maintain revenue neutrality and adequately fund core government services that are essential to economic development, such as a transportation system that will meet the state’s infrastructure needs for future expansion, an education system that will produce a skilled workforce and a health-care system that provides adequate care and promotes a healthy workforce.

• The Chamber supports retaining the state’s premier economic development incentive programs, such as the Quality Jobs Act and the 21st Century Quality Jobs Act, which are supported by the state income tax. • The Chamber will only support changes to the income tax code that will not have the effect of shifting the burden of generating or collecting future revenues onto Oklahoma companies. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Business Incentives

• A tax system most conducive to economic success will maintain diverse revenue streams to fund core services and provide a broad tax base at the lowest practical rates, rather than a narrow tax base that would subject state revenues to increased economic volatility. • Given the inherently cyclical nature of the state’s economy and the constitutional limitations on increasing taxes, tax reform decisions should not include multi-year tax reduction formulas. This will provide certainty and predictability for companies in our state by requiring that future changes to the tax code are considered in the context of the thenexisting economic environment.

All business incentives should provide the state with a benefit that out-weighs the cost to the state of the incentive. The Chamber therefore supports increased scrutiny, transparency and openness in evaluating the effectiveness of the state’s economic development incentives and the creation of a process to do so. The Chamber relies heavily on a number of the state’s economic development and incentive programs to recruit companies to the Greater Oklahoma City area and to enhance opportunities for our existing companies. The Chamber believes it is critical that certain programs be retained by the state. Our position on specific economic development incentives is as follows:

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• The Chamber supports retaining our “premier economic development incentives” that are critical in attracting new businesses to the Greater Oklahoma City area and in providing existing businesses an economic incentive to expand. These incentive programs are, for the most part, unique to Oklahoma and separate the state from what other states and competing locations are offering. The Chamber will oppose attempts to sunset, repeal or unreasonably modify the following economic development programs: The Quality Jobs Act (QJA), 21st Century QJA, Small Employer QJA, Prime Contractor QJA and Aerospace Engineer Tax Credit. • The Chamber supports protecting Oklahoma’s “foundational incentive programs,” which are basic incentives offered by virtually every other state and competing location. Without the following programs, Oklahoma will not be considered a viable location by many companies looking to locate in Oklahoma: Five-year ad valorem tax abatement and sales tax exemption on facilities and equipment used in manufacturing and warehouse and distributions systems, the Freeport (Inventory) Exemption and the Investment Tax Credit.

• Additionally, the Chamber supports retaining the following Community Development Programs: 1) Tax Credit for Qualified Rehabilitation Expenditures for Historic Buildings; 2) Tax Credit for Electricity Generated by Zero-Emission Facilities; and, 3) Tax Credit for Energy Efficient Residential Construction. These programs have different policy objectives than the economic development incentive programs and should therefore be evaluated under different metrics. Tort Reform The Chamber supports additional lawsuit reform in Oklahoma, including legislation to: • Absolve businesses from liability when providing products or services in emergencies. • Place “lawsuit lenders” under the UCC Consumer Credit Code or state usury laws. • Adopt the “Transparency in Private Attorney Contracting Act” to establish policies and limits on the use of private contingency fee attorneys on behalf of the state.

• The Chamber supports retaining several “industry specific incentives” that are necessary for the development of industries important to Oklahoma’s economic future. Those programs are: The Oklahoma Quality Events Act, the Sales Tax Exemption & Refund for Aircraft Repairs and Modification, the Sales Tax Exemption & Refund for Aircraft Maintenance or Manufacturing Facilities and the Excise Tax Exemption on Aircraft Sales.

Research and Development The Chamber advocates funding for programs managed by OCAST, specifically the Seed Capital Fund and other programs managed by i2E, to support the creation and growth of small businesses and jobs in Oklahoma. Immigration Reform The Chamber opposes illegal immigration. The Chamber supports an improved immigration process that promotes the ability of students and workers to enter the United States lawfully and allows employers 4

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to accurately verify the status of employees through a federal database. The Chamber believes that immigration policy should be set by the federal government and supports comprehensive reform at that level. Additionally, if the state legislative pursues immigration reform, the Chamber will consider supporting reforms that: • Are consistent with federal law; • Do not place unreasonable burdens, costs or penalties on Oklahoma employers; • Are directed toward law enforcement issues related to Oklahoma crimes; • Will not lead to “racial profiling” by law enforcement officials; and, • Do not limit the ability of students graduating from Oklahoma high schools to qualify for statesupported aid or pay in-state tuition. American Indian Cultural Center and Museum (AICCM) The Chamber will support legislation to allow state bonds (or other state funding) to be issued to match privately raised money to facilitate the completion of the AICCM if the AICCM develops a viable plan to fund its ongoing operations.

Pension Reform The Chamber supports legislation to strengthen the longterm financial condition of the state’s pension plans. Quality Events Act The Chamber supports legislation to strengthen and improve the Oklahoma Quality Events Act to allow Oklahoma communities to attract and retain high-economic impact events in an increasingly competitive regional, national and international market. Bond to Repair State Capitol The Chamber supports the issuance of state bonds to repair the State Capitol Complex. Nexus/Internet Sales Tax Legislation The Chamber supports legislation to clearly define the state’s “nexus” laws (which require retailers with a physical presence in Oklahoma to collect and remit sales tax on internet sales) to ensure that sellers collect and remit sales tax on sales to Oklahoma residents to the full extent of the law. Liquor Laws The Chamber supports a State Question, either through an Initiative Petition or legislation, which will allow Oklahomans to determine whether to allow wine to be sold in grocery stores.

TRANSPORTATION

Water The Chamber will work with the City of Oklahoma City to ensure the availability of a long-term water supply for central Oklahoma. We will continue to monitor the implementation of the state comprehensive water plan and water-related legislation to protect central Oklahoma’s water supply.

I-40 Crosstown Reconnection The Chamber believes restoring full access between I-40 and downtown Oklahoma City is critical, and will therefore advocate for the reconnection of I-40 to Shields/ Gaylord (at the east end) and to Western Avenue (at the west end) by the end of 2013. The Chamber will further advocate for the completion of the remaining reconnection corridor between Gaylord/Shields and Western Avenue as promptly as the environmental process allows.

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The Chamber will work with the Congressional delegation, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and the City of Oklahoma City to ensure the timely completion of the Downtown Boulevard as soon as it is practicable. The Chamber believes that significant delays in completing the Downtown Boulevard could impair access to downtown and negatively impact current and future businesses located along the proposed boulevard route and within the downtown core.

Transit The Chamber supports implementation of transit programs that will best serve Central Oklahoma including the Central Oklahoma Transportation & Parking Authority (COTPA) 2005 Fixed Guideway Transit Study (commuter rail study) and its following components: • Association of Central Oklahoma Government’s (ACOG) Regional Transit Dialogue Committees to identify regional transit alternatives/solutions for Central Oklahoma. • ACOG’s Commuter Corridors Study to examine mitigation strategies for future congestion. The Chamber supports the completion of the MAPS Downtown Streetcar project. The Chamber supports an increased allocation of state revenues into the state Public Transit Revolving Fund to meet citizen demand for public transit.

Major Interchanges

Federal Highway Trust Fund

The Chamber will advocate for funding and completing work on major interchanges located at I-44 and Broadway Extension, I-240 and I-35 (Crossroads), and I-40 east of I-240 as well as improvements to the flyover connecting westbound Kilpatrick Turnpike with the Lake Hefner Parkway and the necessary improvements to S.H. 74 (north of Lake Hefner Parkway).

The Chamber will work with our Congressional delegation, ODOT, and the City of Oklahoma City to secure a permanent funding solution for the Federal Highway Trust Fund (including Mass Transit programs).

Governor’s Bridge Improvement and Turnpike Modernization Plan The Chamber supports providing adequate annual state appropriations to implement Gov. Fallin’s Bridge Improvement and Turnpike Modernization Plan to repair or replace all of Oklahoma’s structurally deficient and functionally obsolete bridges by 2019 and to complete the expansion of the Kilpatrick Turnpike. Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) Eight-Year Plan The Chamber supports annual appropriations necessary to preserve and implement ODOT’s eight-year construction work plan.

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The Chamber supports full funding for the current MAP-21 transportation bill. The Chamber supports reauthorization of a multi-year Surface Transportation Act before the current two-year MAP-21 bill expires. Ports of Entry The Chamber supports providing adequate annual state appropriations and staffing levels for the timely completion and effective use of weigh stations at Oklahoma’s ports of entry to ensure the protection of roads and bridges from unnecessary damage caused by overweight freight loads.

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HEALTH CARE

Intermodal Hub The Chamber will work with the City of Oklahoma City, ACOG, COTPA, ODOT and the state legislature to develop and fund an intermodal hub at the present Santa Fe Station that will effectively integrate various modes of transportation and enhance economic development opportunities.

Medicaid/Oklahoma Plan

10th Street Ramp

The Chamber supports efforts by Oklahoma’s leaders to develop an Oklahoma plan to extend health insurance coverage to Oklahoma’s uninsured residents and cover the costs of uncompensated care that are currently shifted to responsible employers and health care providers. Acceptance of federal funds should be considered.

The Chamber will advocate for completion of the I-235/ Harrison/10th Street Ramp access improvements by 2013.

Mandates

Heartland Flyer Passenger rail service is a key component of the development of the Oklahoma City intermodal hub and the future development of commuter and light rail throughout the metropolitan area. The Chamber will work with our Congressional delegation, ODOT and ACOG to oppose efforts to reduce or eliminate the federal subsidy received by Oklahoma to operate the Heartland Flyer Amtrak service to Fort Worth, Texas.

The Chamber opposes new health insurance mandates and liability that will undermine an employer’s ability to provide quality health insurance at reasonable cost to employees.

We support continued dialogue on extending the Heartland Flyer Amtrak service to Newton, Kansas – which would connect Oklahoma City to St. Louis, Chicago and other locations on the Amtrak system. Parking The Chamber supports increased funding for construction of additional parking to allow continued economic development downtown.

Health Insurance Network

Quiet Zones The Chamber will work with the City of Oklahoma City and the Alliance for Economic Development to establish a Railroad Quiet Zone on the BNSF mainline running through downtown Oklahoma City Alternative Transportation The Chamber supports increased construction of sidewalks, trails and bike lanes.

The Chamber supports the creation of an Oklahoma-led and private sector-based health insurance network that will provide a marketplace for Oklahomans and serve to prevent the imposition of burdensome federal mandates upon the State of Oklahoma required under the current federal health care law. Research and Development The Chamber will oppose efforts to unreasonably restrict the continued development of the state’s bioscience and research programs and will support efforts to foster an environment that is conducive to further research.

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Physician Shortage

Wellness

The Chamber supports incentives to recruit and retain Primary Care Physicians and Allied Health Professionals in Oklahoma, especially in rural and underserved areas, through expansion of residency programs in the state’s medical schools, scholarships, loan forgiveness and other incentives. The Chamber further supports efforts to identify new funding streams dedicated to this initiative.

The Chamber supports state wellness and prevention programs that serve to improve the health of Oklahoma citizens such as programs supported through the State Department of Health, outreach initiatives, as well as workplace and school-based wellness programs.

Oklahoma County Community Health Network The Chamber will work with members of the Oklahoma County Commission to transform the Health Care Safety Net to implement a Master Plan to assist the uninsured by establishing a single robust system for receiving, managing and distributing requests for donated specialty care.

Alzheimer’s Disease
 The Chamber will support the reinstatement of the OU Health Science Center’s brain autopsy program. This procedure will help researchers develop a better understanding of Alzheimer’s disease with the ultimate goal of finding a cure for this illness. The Chamber further supports the creation of a state taskforce to review, and, if necessary, redraft the 2009 plan that considered effective strategies for treating and combating the effects of Alzheimer’s disease. Federal Issues Any Willing Provider The Chamber opposes “any willing provider” legislation which would eliminate the incentive for medical providers to contract with managed care networks and, as a result, potentially frustrate efforts at cost and quality control and ultimately deny consumers the benefits of cost-reducing arrangements with providers. Local Control The Chamber supports legislation that would provide municipalities with local control over local issues such as tobacco use and smoking provided existing businesses are exempt or otherwise protected.

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The Chamber supports improving health care quality, access and affordability without imposing new mandates and/or taxes on business. Therefore, the Chamber opposes a single-payer government-run/public option or health care system with government mandates. The Chamber believes that employers drive innovation in health benefits and that market-driven health reforms are the best approach to reducing costs while promoting efficiency, wellness and quality of care.

Pre-K - 12 Education Early Childhood Education The Chamber has been a steadfast supporter for early childhood education and full funding of pre-

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kindergarten and kindergarten programs. Targeted spending on our youngest children is simply a smart investment. The Chamber supports legislative initiatives to maintain early childhood education programs and initiatives. Charter Schools The Chamber has been a strong advocate for charter schools and education choices. We support creating more charter schools and enabling successful charter schools to grow. We should: • Enable charter schools to fund infrastructure, which may include changes to the school funding formula and/or allowing charter schools to utilize bond funding.

Increased Instruction Time Oklahoma currently requires only 175 instructional days, which is among the lowest in the nation, and some schools have instructional days of six hours or less. We support legislation that facilitates increasing instruction time in the classroom and time on-task. This may include additional days and/or additional hours in the instructional day. Improve Curriculum Standards In 2010, legislation passed that requires the State Board of Education to adopt the K-12 Common Core Standards. We support full implementation of the core standards and in particular encourage higher math standards.

• Lift the caps on how many students can attend charter schools by: • Allowing charters schools to be located anywhere in the state. • Encouraging authorizers to expand caps on charter school attendance. Online Education/Virtual Schools Programs that offer online education opportunities are expanding rapidly. The Chamber supports legislation to define online curriculum and academic requirements. We support online education where providers meet academic content and rigor requirements similar to Oklahoma public schools. The Chamber supports legislation to clarify the rules governing online/virtual schools and creates transparency for providers, school districts, parents and students. Improved Transparency of School Report Cards The State Department of Education is working to implement the statewide A-F school grading system designed to improve transparency and evaluation of school performance. The Chamber supports implementation of the A-F grading system proposed by the State Department of Education and ongoing improvements to the grading system.

Maintain and Protect Graduation Requirements The Chamber wants all high school graduates to be prepared to enter college or the workforce. We supported the Achieving Classroom Excellence (ACE) law that requires students to complete rigorous coursework and pass four of seven end-of-instruction exams. The Chamber opposes weakening graduation requirements or curriculum standards. We oppose legislative and administrative actions that could reduce the rigor of the testing system. Fully Funding Recent Education Reforms The Chambers support protecting existing education reforms – in particular ACE, Reading Sufficiency and Teacher Leader Effectiveness – by fully funding the strategies necessary to successfully meet these expectations.

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We support development of a competitive marketbased salary and benefits package for teachers which encourages high-performing teachers to stay in the classroom. Including support for: • Implementation of the Teacher Leader Evaluation (TLE) system. • Incentives for high performance teachers who teach in hard-to-staff subjects, hard-to-staff geographic areas or in poor-performing schools. Statewide Student Records System The Chamber supports aggressive implementation of a uniform, statewide student records system. Teacher Preparation and Support Pipeline Oklahoma’s teacher preparation system needs to be improved at all levels. Preparation of prospective teachers, on-the-job improvement opportunities and enabling high-performing teachers to pursue a financially attractive career ladder without leaving the classroom, are critical issues. The Chamber supports higher education programs and partnerships that better prepare teachers for real-life classrooms and enable higher education to monitor graduates’ teaching performance. We support the National Board Certification (NBCT) model as a basis for teacher improvement, including these reforms:

Targeted Incentives for STEM Excellence and Achievement There is a growing demand for students who can work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. Oklahoma does not produce enough students that excel in STEM. The Chamber supports creation of programs to improve quality of teaching and student performance in the STEM fields. Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics The Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (OSSM) has consistently ranked among the nation's top public high schools. The Chamber supports the full funding of OSSM so it can remain a center for excellence in Oklahoma. The Chamber will oppose efforts that would require OSSM students to pay for their tuition or room and board, as this would create a barrier for certain students to attend.

• Recertification, with a cap to contain costs. • Reinstatement of scholarships for teachers who want to pursue certification. • Continued payment of teachers who attained certification under the promise of an annual stipend. • Investment in a pilot, whole-school professional development model. • Pursue a pay-for-service stipend model for future NBCTs with a focus on mentoring other teachers and assuming leadership roles.

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Increased Requirements for School Leaders Top-notch leadership by school superintendents and principals is critical to school performance. Additionally, Oklahoma is facing a shortage of experienced school

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leaders because of retirements and an aging workforce. The Chamber supports creation and implementation of initiatives that attract and develop innovative and high performing school leaders. School and Campus Safety In the past three years legislation has been introduced that would allow certain students to carry concealed weapons onto college property. The Chamber continues to oppose efforts to permit the carrying of weapons at any early childhood facility, K-12 school or on college campuses.

Career Technology and Higher Education Business & Industry Training The Oklahoma CareerTech System is acknowledged as one of the top systems in the nation. CareerTech is a key ingredient in attracting industry to Oklahoma through its Training for Industry Program (TIP). The Chamber supports enhancement of CareerTech programming and ongoing funding to assure that the training needs for new and existing industry are being met.

Career Readiness & Certification The Chamber believes Oklahoma needs more of our workforce to have post-secondary education targeted toward the skills that are in demand and meet industry needs. The Chamber supports the creation of industryrecognized credentials training programs as funding is available. Oklahoma Military Connection Oklahoma will continue to see a high number of military veterans re-enter the workforce. CareerTech and higher education are both positioned to provide fast-track certification and job placement for veterans who need help transitioning their skills to the job market. The Chamber supports outreach programs for returning military personnel as funding is available.

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Higher Education College Degree Completion and Funding In September 2011 Gov. Fallin, in conjunction with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, announced a new higher education initiative – Competitive College America (CCA). This initiative will increase the number of Oklahomans who attain college degrees or post-secondary certificates from public colleges and universities, private institutions and Career Technology Centers. The ultimate goal is to add 20,400 postsecondary degrees and certificates (1,700 per year) over the next 12 years. • The Chamber supports prioritizing funds to ensure continued success for the CCA initiative as funding is available. • We also support the scholarship programs of Oklahoma Tuition Equalization Grants (OTEG), Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grants (OTAG), and concurrent enrollment, which are vital in reaching the Complete College America goals by ensuring more students can enter college and obtain a college degree. • The Chamber supports higher education capital and maintenance improvements to support record enrollment growth as funding is available.

have stayed below the prescribed legislative limits. The Chamber supports leaving the tuition-setting authority with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Oklahoma’s Promise Oklahoma’s Promise is one of the most successful college access programs in the country. There have been efforts to change the family income level and/or student performance requirements of OK Promise. These changes could alter the intent of the program, providing more students access to college which produce more college graduates. We oppose legislation that would change the focus of the program.

Collaborating for

BUSINESS

The decisions made at the Capitol have far-reaching effects on all Oklahomans and Oklahoma business owners. The Chamber recognizes that all businesses in the state should have the opportunity to grow and succeed in a positive business climate. By collaborating with various partner organizations on issues, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber can help promote a business-friendly environment throughout Greater Oklahoma City and the State of Oklahoma. During the 2013 Legislative Session, the Chamber will partner with the Tulsa Metro Chamber on a joint agenda. The Chamber is also joining forces with the Tulsa Metro Chamber and the State Chamber to promote issues in a joint jobs agenda. The items on these agendas are reflected in most parts in the Chamber’s own 2013 agenda, however, these agendas can be seen in their entirety at www.okcchamber.com/legislative.

Tuition Setting Authority The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education is authorized to set tuition and fees for 25 colleges and universities. The State Regents were granted the tuitionsetting authority in 2003 and since that time tuition limits

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BE A BUSINESS ADVOCATE. The Chamber’s Business Advocacy Center, www.OKCBusinessAdvocate.com, makes having a voice on the issues at the Capitol simple. With just a few simple clicks, you can identify your elected officials and ways to communicate with them, ensuring that you have a say in the decisions being made by our state’s leaders. Our world is constantly changing. But when it comes to advocating for business at the Capitol, some things remain the same – the importance of contacting and developing relationships with legislators.

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Do your part. Call, write a letter, send an email or visit your legislators and help us promote a strong economic climate in Greater Oklahoma City.

And stay up-to-date during the legislative session by signing up for The Business Advocate, the Chamber’s newsletter solely focused on what’s happening at the Capitol during the Legislative Session. Together, we can build a stronger Greater Oklahoma City. For more information about the Chamber’s Business Advocacy Center, contact Derek Sparks, government relations manager, at dsparks@okcchamber.com.

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Oklahoma State Legislature Pro-Business

SCORES

It is critical for the business community to suppport candidates and elected officials who will advance probusiness legislation at the Capitol. One measure the Chamber uses to identify pro-business legislators is a legislative scorecard produced by the statewide Research Institute for Economic Development (RIED). This organization has been tracking legislative votes on probusiness legislation since 1997. The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is a founding sponsor of RIED and serves on a committee of business and economic leaders who meet each year to identify which legislation to consider for the annual score. Likewise, the Chamber identifies legislation that is

critical to the growth and development of the Oklahoma City region to help determine pro-business legislators. In 2012, there were 10 key business and education measures used to determine the Oklahoma City ranking, including: the Governor’s Bridge Improvement and Turnpike Modernization Plan, ACM@UCO/Bricktown legislation, workers’ compensation reform, charter schools and school choice legislation and others. The following charts represent the voting records for State House and Senate members based on the 10 issues identified by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and RIED scores for 2012. RIED scores for previous years can be found at www.riedreport.com.

Disclaimer: All data in these charts are obtained from legislative, government and private sector sources. The data, information and estimations herein are not warranted as to accuracy and are presented as is and without warranty either expressed or implied. The purpose of this material is to inform. Further, the material is not intended to be and does not constitute an endorsement of any kind or to be or to represent an official source. Interested persons should formulate their own opinions relative to the data, information and estimations herein or to any information related thereto.

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Party

District

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OKC

Senator

Party

District

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OKC

Allen, Mark

R

4

78%

90%

Holt, David

R

30

95%

90%

Anderson, Patrick

R

19

81%

88%

Ivester, Tom

D

26

77%

50%

Ballenger, Roger

D

8

71%

67%

Johnson, Constance

D

48

63%

63%

Barrington, Don

R

31

100%

90%

Johnson, Rob

R

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96%

100%

Bass, Randy

D

32

70%

71%

Jolley, Clark

R

41

90%

90%

Bingman, Brian

R

12

93%

100%

Justice, Ron

R

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95%

90%

Branan, Cliff

R

40

85%

100%

Marlatt, Bryce

R

27

86%

100%

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R

6

95%

90%

Mazzei, Mike

R

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83%

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R

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D

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R

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86%

78%

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R

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86%

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D

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71%

63%

Paddack, Susan

D

13

82%

60%

Coates, Harry

R

28

86%

89%

Schulz, Mike

R

38

100%

90%

Crain, Brian

R

39

97%

100%

Shortey, Ralph

R

44

77%

71%

David, Kim

R

18

100%

89%

Simpson, Frank

R

14

97%

90%

Ellis, Jerry

D

5

81%

60%

Sparks, John

D

16

78%

67%

Fields, Eddie

R

10

100%

90%

Stanislawski, Gary

R

35

85%

90%

Ford, John

R

29

100%

90%

Sykes, Anthony

R

24

93%

88%

Garrison, Earl

D

9

77%

60%

Treat, Greg

R

47

92%

90%

Griffin, A.J.

R

20

100%

88%

Wyrick, Charles

D

1

70%

71%

Halligan, Jim

R

21

97%

90%

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District

RIED

OKC

Representative

Armes, Don

R

63

97%

100%

McDaniel, Randy

Banz, Gary W.

R

101

86%

67%

Bennett, John

R

2

71%

44%

Billy, Lisa J.

R

42

96%

Blackwell, Gus

R

61

Brown, Mike

D

Brumbaugh, David

Representative

Party District

RIED

OKC

R

83

100%

89%

McNiel, Skye

R

29

92%

89%

McPeak, Jerry

D

13

42%

38%

78%

Moore, Lewis H.

R

96

82%

50%

70%

67%

Morrissette, Richard

D

92

22%

38%

4

74%

56%

Mulready, Glen

R

68

86%

89%

R

76

75%

50%

Murphey, Jason

R

31

79%

70%

Cannaday, Ed

D

15

79%

67%

Nelson, Jason

R

87

81%

90%

Casey, Dennis

R

35

86%

80%

Newell, Tom

R

28

78%

60%

Christian, Mike

R

93

64%

63%

Nollan, Jadine

R

66

96%

90%

Cockroft, Josh

R

27

58%

60%

Ortega, Charles

R

52

82%

90%

Condit, Donnie

D

18

77%

70%

Osborn, Leslie

R

47

82%

88%

Coody, Ann

R

64

93%

90%

Ownbey, Pat

R

48

96%

90%

Cooksey, Marian

R

39

100%

80%

Peterson, Pam

R

67

85%

70%

Cox, Doug

R

5

78%

75%

Pittman, Anastasia

D

99

55%

67%

Dank, David

R

85

96%

78%

Proctor, Eric

D

77

74%

50%

Denney, Lee

R

33

100%

100%

Pruett, R. C.

D

19

78%

44%

Derby, David

R

74

93%

80%

Quinn, Marty

R

9

84%

67%

DeWitt, Dale

R

38

96%

100%

Renegar, Brian

D

17

45%

57%

Dorman, Joe

D

65

75%

75%

Reynolds, Mike

R

91

40%

40%

Enns, John

R

41

82%

80%

Ritze, Mike

R

80

64%

44%

Fourkiller, William

D

86

49%

33%

Roan, Paul D.

D

20

73%

56%

Glenn, Larry

D

7

58%

33%

Roberts, Dustin

R

21

77%

75%

Grau, Randy

R

81

90%

78%

Roberts, Sean

R

36

85%

80%

Hall, Elise

R

100

86%

90%

Rousselot, Wade

D

12

75%

63%

Hamilton, Rebecca

D

89

37%

29%

Russ, Todd

R

55

90%

90%

Hardin, Tommy

R

49

84%

67%

Sanders, Mike

R

59

93%

100%

Hickman, Jeffrey W.

R

58

96%

100%

Schwartz, Colby

R

43

85%

56%

Hilliard, Wes

D

22

55%

60%

Scott, Seneca

D

72

66%

50%

Hoskin, Chuck

D

6

62%

50%

Sears, Earl

R

11

100%

100%

Inman, Scott

D

94

63%

50%

Shannon, T. W.

R

62

85%

89%

Jackson, Mike

R

40

81%

89%

Shelton, Mike

D

97

37%

56%

Johnson, Dennis

R

50

77%

80%

Sherrer, Ben

D

8

68%

63%

Jordan, Fred

R

69

97%

100%

Shoemake, Jerry

D

16

70%

50%

Joyner, Charlie

R

95

85%

80%

Stiles, Aaron

R

45

64%

50%

Kern, Sally

R

84

79%

70%

Thomsen, Todd

R

25

84%

100%

Kirby, Dan

R

75

75%

89%

Trebilcock, John

R

98

71%

100%

Kouplen, Steve

D

24

70%

63%

Vaughn, Steve

R

37

100%

90%

Lockhart, James

D

3

71%

33%

Virgin, Emily

D

44

60%

78%

Martin, Scott

R

46

100%

100%

Watson, Weldon

R

79

95%

100%

Martin, Steve

R

10

96%

100%

Wesselhoft, Paul

R

54

73%

43%

McCullough, Mark

R

30

93%

70%

Williams, Cory T.

D

34

48%

50%

McDaniel, Curtis

D

1

49%

56%

Wright, Harold

R

57

86%

89%

McDaniel, Jeannie

D

78

84%

80%

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OKLAHOMA’S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION UNITED STATES SENATE Senator Jim Inhofe (R)

(202) 224-4721 (202) 228-0380 (fax) 1900 NW Expressway, Suite 1210 Oklahoma City, OK 73118 (405) 608-4381 (405) 608-4120 (fax) www.inhofe.senate.gov

Senator Tom Coburn (R)

(202) 224-5754 (202) 224-6008 (fax) 100 N. Broadway Ave., Suite 1820 Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 231-4941 (405) 231-5051 (fax) www.coburn.senate.gov

UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Congressman Jim Bridenstine (R)

Congressman Markwayne Mullin (R)

Congressman Frank Lucas (R)

Congressman Tom Cole (R)

District 1 (202) 225-2211 2448 E. 81st St., Suite 5150 Tulsa, OK 74137 (918) 935-3222 www.bridenstine.house.gov

District 3 (202) 225-5565 10952 NW Expressway, Suite B Yukon, OK 73099 (405) 373-1958 www.lucas.house.gov

Congressman James Lankford (R)

District 5 (202) 225-2132 1015 N Broadway, Suite 310 Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 234-9900 www.lankford.house.gov

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District 2 (202) 225-2701 431 W. Broadway Muskogee, OK 74401 (918) 687-2533 www.mullin.house.gov

District 4 (202) 225-6165 2424 Springer Dr., Suite 201 Norman, OK 73069 (405) 329-6500 www.cole.house.gov


OKLAHOMA COUNTY CONGRESSIONAL MAP County Line Council I-40

Rockwell

Lake Hefner

John Kilpatrick

MacArthur Meridian Portland

I-44

May Pennsylvania

Western Santa Fe Kelly I-44

I-35 I-240

Boulevard

Bryant

I-3 5

I-40

JAMES LANKFORD

Sunnylane / Coltrane

Sooner Air Depot Lake Arcadia

Midwest Douglas

I-44

TOM COLE

Post Westminster Anderson Hiwassee Henney Choctaw

Indian Meridian Triple X Peebly Horseshoe Lake

Luther Dobbs Harrah Pottawatomie 248th / Waterloo

234th / Sorghum Mill

220th / Coffee Creek

206th / Covell

164th / 15th

192nd 178th / Edmond

150th / 33rd

136th / Memorial

122nd

108th / Hefner

93rd / Britton

78th / Wilshire

50th

63rd

36th

23rd

10th Reno

15th

29th

59th

44th

74th

89th

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EXECUTIVE BRANCH Governor Mary Fallin

2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 212 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-2342 (405) 521-3353 (fax) www.governor.state.ok.us Mansion address: 820 N.E. 23rd St. Oklahoma City, OK 73105-7999

Lt. Governor Todd Lamb 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 211 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-2161 (405) 522-8694 (fax) www.ok.gov/ltgovernor

OKLAHOMA STATE GOVERNMENT Election carried out by State Election Board www.ok.gov/elections (405) 521-2391 Oklahoma’s state government consists of the Executive,

serve staggered four-year terms. Elections for odd-

Legislative, and Judicial branches. The executive

numbered Senate districts will be in 2012. All seats

offices are elected to four-year terms, except for the

in the House of Representatives are elected every two

Corporation Commissioners, who are elected to

years.

staggered six-year terms. The state is divided into nine Supreme Court judicial

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Oklahoma’s bicameral legislature is composed of 48

districts, with three judges elected every two years

State Senators and 101 State Representatives. Senators

during the general elections.

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STATE AGENCIES

(Names of statewide elected officials included) Attorney General The Honorable Scott Pruitt 313 NE 21st Street Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-3921 www.oag.state.ok.us

Department of Labor The Honorable Mark Costello 3017 N. Stiles, Suite 100 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-6100 www.okdol.state.ok.us

Auditor and Inspector The Honorable Gary Jones 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 100 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-3495 www.sai.state.ok.us

Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Gary Sherrer 707 N. Robinson Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 702-0100 www.deq.state.ok.us

Corporation Commission The Honorable Bob Anthony The Honorable Patrice Douglas The Honorable Dana Murphy 2101 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-2211 www.occ.state.ok.us

Department of Transportation Secretary Gary Ridley 200 NE 21st St. Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3204 (405) 522-8000 www.okladot.state.ok.us

Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Jim Reese, Commissioner 2800 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-3864 www.oda.state.ok.us Department of Commerce Secretary Dave Lopez 900 N. Stiles Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73104 (405) 815-6552 www.okcommerce.gov Department of Education The Honorable Janet Barresi 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-3301 www.sde.state.ok.us Department of Health Terry Cline, Commissioner 1000 NE 10th St. Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1299 (405) 271-5600 www.ok.gov/health

Employment Security Commission Richard McPherson, Executive Director Will Rogers Memorial Bldg. 2401 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 557-7100 www.oesc.ok.gov Insurance Department The Honorable John Doak Five Corporate Plaza 3625 NW 56th, Ste. 100 Oklahoma City, OK 73112-4511 (405) 521-2828 www.oid.state.ok.us Oklahoma Development Finance Authority John Harris, President 5900 Classen Court Oklahoma City, OK 73118 (405) 848-9761

Secretary of State 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-3912 www.sos.state.ok.us State Treasurer The Honorable Ken Miller 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 217 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 521-3191 www.treasurer.state.ok.us Oklahoma Tax Commission Tom Kemp, Chairman M.C. Conners Building 2501 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73194 (405) 521-3160 www.oktax.state.ok.us Water Resources Board J.D. Strong, Executive Director 3800 N. Classen Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73118 (405) 530-8800 www.owrb.state.ok.us Workers’ Compensation Court Michael Clingman, Administrator Denver Davison Building 1915 N. Stiles Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 522-8600 www.owcc.state.ok.us *names in bold are elected officials

Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Deby Snodgrass, Executive Director 120 N. Robinson Ave., 6th floor Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 230-8300 www.otrd.state.ok.us

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OKLAHOMA STATE SENATE Capitol website:

www.oklegislature.gov

State Senate website: www.oksenate.gov

Senate switchboard: (405) 524-0126 Fax (405) 521-5507

Send mail to:

Lt. Governor Todd Lamb President of the Senate

Senator Brian Bingman President Pro Tempore

STATE SENATORS

Aldridge, Cliff (R-42) aldridge@oksenate.gov

Branan, Cliff (R- 40) branan@oksenate.gov

Senator Sean Burrage Democratic Leader

The Honorable (State Senator’s Name) Oklahoma State Senate State Capitol Building 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73105

(METRO STATISTICAL AREA - *MSA)

Anderson, Patrick (R-19) anderson@oksenate.gov

Brooks, Corey (R-43) brooks@oksenate.gov

Coates, Harry (R-28) coates@oksenate.gov

Barrington, Don (R-31) barrington@oksenate.gov

Fields, Eddie (R-10) efields@oksenate.gov

*MSA is a 10-county area representing Canadian, Cleveland, Grady, Kingfisher, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Oklahoma, Payne and Pottawatomie

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OKLAHOMA STATE SENATE

Halligan, Jim (R-21) halligan@oksenate.gov

Holt, David (R-30) holt@oksenate.gov

Jolley, Clark (R-41) jolley@oksenate.gov

Justice, Ron (R-23) justice@oksenate.gov

Johnson, Constance (D-48) johnsonc@oksenate.gov

Johnson, Rob (R-22) johnsonr@oksenate.gov

Loveless, Kyle (R-45) loveless@oksenate.gov

McAffrey, Al (D-46) mcaffrey@oksenate.gov

Sharp, Ron (R-17) sharp@oksenate.gov

Shortey, Ralph (R-44) shortey@oksenate.gov

Sparks, John (D-16) sparks@oksenate.gov

Standridge, Rob (R-15) standridge@oksenate.gov

Sykes, Anthony (R-24) sykes@oksenate.gov

Treat, Greg (R-47) treat@oksenate.gov

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OKLAHOMA STATE SENATE

STATE SENATORS BY DISTRICT NUMBER

DISTRICT # SENATOR 1. Charles Wyrick (D) 2. Sean Burrage (D) 3. Wayne Shaw (R) 4. Mark Allen (R) 5. Jerry Ellis (D) 6. Josh Brecheen (R) 7. Larry Boggs (R) 8. Roger Ballenger (D) 9. Earl Garrison (D) 10. Eddie Fields (R) 11. Jabar Shumate (D) 12. Brian Bingman (R) 13. Susan Paddack (D) 14. Frank Simpson (R) 15. Rob Standridge (R) 16. John Sparks (D) 17. Ron Sharp (R) 18. Kim David (R) 19. Patrick Anderson (R) 20. AJ Griffin (R) 21. Jim Halligan (R) 22. Rob Johnson (R) 23. Ron Justice (R) 24. Anthony Sykes (R) 25. Mike Mazzei (R) 26. Tom Ivester (D)

COUNTIES

DISTRICT # SENATOR

Craig, Delaware, Ottawa Mayes, Rogers Adair, Cherokee, Muskogee, Sequoyah LeFlore, Sequoyah Atoka, Choctaw, McCurtain, Pushmataha Atoka, Bryan, Coal, Johnston, Marshall Haskell, Latimer, Pittsburg, Sequoyah McIntosh, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Tulsa Muskogee, Wagoner Kay, Osage, Pawnee, Payne, Tulsa Osage, Tulsa Creek, Lincoln, Okfuskee Coal, Garvin, Hughes, Pontotoc Carter, Garvin, Love, Murray Cleveland, McClain Cleveland, McClain Cleveland, Oklahoma, Pottawatomie Mayes, Tulsa, Wagoner Garfield, Kingfisher, Logan Alfalfa, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Noble Lincoln, Logan, Payne Canadian, Kingfisher, Logan, Oklahoma Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Grady Cleveland, Grady, McClain, Stephens Tulsa Beckham, Caddo, Greer, Jackson, Kiowa, Tillman, Washita

27. Bryce Marlatt (R) 28. Harry Coates (R) 29. John Ford (R) 30. David Holt (R) 31. Don Barrington (R) 32. Randy Bass (D) 33. Nathan Dahm (R) 34. Rick Brinkley (R) 35. Gary Stanislawski (R) 36. Bill Brown (R) 37. Dan Newberry (R) 38. Mike Schulz (R) 39. Brian A. Crain (R) 40. Cliff Branan (R) 41. Clark Jolley (R) 42. Cliff Aldridge (R) 43. Corey Brooks (R) 44. Ralph Shortey (R) 45. Kyle Loveless (R) 46. Al McAffrey (D) 47. Greg Treat (R) 48. Constance Johnson (D)

COUNTIES Beaver, Blaine, Cimarron, Harper, Major, Texas, Woods, Woodward Lincoln, Oklahoma, Pottawatomie, Seminole

Craig, Nowata, Washington Oklahoma Comanche, Cotton, Grady, Jefferson, Stephens Comanche Tulsa Rogers, Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa, Wagoner Tulsa Beckham, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Roger Mills, Tulsa Oklahoma Logan, Oklahoma Oklahoma Cleveland/Oklahoma Oklahoma Canadian, Cleveland, Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma

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Fields (R) - Chair Justice (R) - Vice Chair Allen (R) Barrington (R) Bass (D) Boggs (R) Simpson (R) Sykes (R) Wyrick (D) APPROPRIATIONS

Jolley (R) - Chair Justice (R) - Vice Chair Bass (D) Branan (R) Brinkley (R) Coates (R) Crain (R) David (R) Ellis (D) Fields (R) Ford (R) Griffin (R) Halligan (R) Holt (R) Ivester (D) C. Johnson (D) R. Johnson (R) Marlatt (R) Mazzei (R) Newberry (R) Paddack (D) Standridge (R) Stanislawski (R) Sykes (R) Treat (R)

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Wyrick (D) BUSINESS AND COMMERCE

Newberry (R) Chair Sykes (R) - Vice Chair Anderson (R) Coates (R) Crain (R) Ellis (D) Dahm (R) Ford (R) Garrison (D) Sharp (R) Shumate (D) EDUCATION

Ford (R) - Chair Stanislawski (R) Vice Chair Brecheen (R) Garrison (D) Halligan (R) Holt (R) Jolley (R) Paddack (D) Shaw (R) Shortey (R) Sharp (R) Sparks (D) ENERGY

Branan (R) - Chair Marlatt (R) - Vice Chair Brinkley (R) Fields (R) Griffin (R) Halligan (R) Ivester (D)

C. Johnson (D) R. Johnson (R) Jolley (R) Justice (R) Paddack (D) Simpson (R) Standridge (R) Treat (R) Wyrick (D)

Vice Chair Coates (R) David (R) Griffin (R) C. Johnson (D) Newberry (R) Shumate (D) INSURANCE

FINANCE

Mazzei (R) - Chair Brinkley (R) - Vice Chair Aldridge (R) Dahm (R) David (R) Ford (R) Halligan (R) C. Johnson (D) Jolley (R) McAffrey (D) Simpson (R) Sparks (D) Treat (R) GENERAL GOVERNMENT

Treat (R) - Chair Ballenger (D) - Vice Chair Aldridge (R) Dahm (R) Ellis (D) R. Johnson (R) Loveless (R) Marlatt (R) HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

Crain (R) - Chair Standridge (R) -

Brown (R) - Chair Sparks (D) - Vice Chair Aldridge (R) Allen (R) Bass (D) Brooks (R) Loveless (R) Mazzei (R) Stanislawski (R) JUDICIARY

Sykes (R) - Chair R. Johnson (R) Vice Chair Allen (R) Anderson (R) Crain (R) Griffin (R) Holt (R) Ivester (D) Shumate (D) PENSIONS

Brinkley (R) - Chair Brooks (R) - Vice Chair Anderson (R) Ballenger (D) Branan (R) Brown (R) Ivester (D) Mazzei (R)

PUBLIC SAFETY

Barrington (R) Chair David (R) - Vice Chair Ballenger (D) Boggs (R) Brecheen (R) Holt (R) McAffrey (D) Shaw (R) Shortey (R) RULES

Griffin (R) - Chair R. Johnson (R) Vice Chair Barrington (R) Branan (R) Brinkley (R) David (R) Fields (R) Ford (R) Halligan (R) C. Johnson (D) Jolley (R) Justice (R) Marlatt (R) McAffrey (D) Shumate (D) Simpson (R) Sparks (D) Standridge (R) Stanislawski (R) Wyrick (D) TOURISM AND WILDLIFE

Coates (R) - Chair Brecheen (R) - Vice Chair

Boggs (R) Brown (R) Ellis (D) Fields (R) Garrison (D) Justice (R) Sharp (R) Wyrick (D) TRANSPORTATION

Stanislawski (R) Chair Loveless (R) - Vice Chair Barrington (R) Bass (D) Branan (R) Brooks (R) Marlatt (R) McAffrey (D) Newberry (R) Paddack (D) Shaw (R) Shortey (R) Standridge (R)

VETERANS AND MILITARY AFFAIRS

Simpson (R) - Chair Allen (R) - Vice Chair Aldridge (R) Anderson (R) Ballenger (D) Barrington (R) Bass (D) Boggs (R) Brecheen (R) Brooks (R) Brown (R) Dahm (R)

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Garrison (D) Ivester (D) Loveless (R) Sharp (R) Shaw (R) Shortey (R) Sparks (D) APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEES EDUCATION

Halligan (R) - Chair Ford (R) - Vice Chair Aldridge (R) Brinkley (R) Mazzei (R) Paddack (D) Sparks (D) Stanislawski (R) GENERAL GOVERNMENT AND TRANSPORTATION

Marlatt (R) - Chair Branan (R) - Vice Chair Allen (R) Bass (D) Boggs (R) Garrison (D) Sharp (R) Sykes (R)

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

David (R) - Chair Treat (R) - Vice Chair Griffin (R) C. Johnson (D)

Newberry (R) Shumate (D) Simpson (R) NATURAL RESOURCES

Justice (R) - Chair Fields (R) - Vice Chair Ballenger (D) Brooks (R) Ellis (D) Loveless (R) Shaw (R) NONAPPROPRIATED AGENCIES

Anderson (R) Chair Holt (R) - Vice Chair Brown (R) Coates (R) Dahm (R) Ivester (D) Wyrick (D)

PUBLIC SAFETY AND JUDICIARY:

R. Johnson (R) Chair Barrington (R) Vice Chair Brecheen (R) Crain (R) Ivester (D) McAffrey (D) Shortey (R) Standridge (R)


OKLAHOMA COUNTY STATE SENATE DISTRICTS MAP

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OKLAHOMA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES State House website: www.okhouse.gov

House switchboard: (405) 521-2711 Fax (405) 557-7351

Send mail to:

T.W. Shannon Speaker of the House

Scott Inman Democratic Minority Leader

STATE REPRESENTATIVES (MSA) Banz, Gary (R-101) garybanz@okhouse.gov Biggs, Scott (R-51) scott.biggs@okhouse.gov Billy, Lisa (R-42) lisajbilly@okhouse.gov Casey, Dennis (R-35) dennis.casey@okhouse.gov Christian, Mike (R-93) mike.christian@okhouse.gov Cockroft, Josh (R-27) josh.cockroft@okhouse.gov Cooksey, Marian (R-39) mariancooksey@okhouse.gov Dank, David (R-85) david.dank@okhouse.gov Denney, Lee (R-33) leedenney@okhouse.gov Dorman, Joe (D-65) joedorman@okhouse.gov Echols, Jon (R-90) jon.echols@okhouse.gov Enns, John T. (R-41) john.enns@okhouse.gov Floyd, Kay (D-88) kay.floyd@okhouse.gov Grau, Randy (R-81) randy.grau@okhouse.gov Hall, Elyse (R-100) elise.hall@okhouse.gov Hamilton, Rebecca (D-89) rebeccahamiltion@okhouse.gov Inman, Scott (R-94) scott.inman@okhouse.gov Joyner, Charlie (R-95) charlie.joyner@okhouse.gov Kern, Sally (R-84) sallykern@okhouse.gov Martin, Scott (R-46) scott.martin@okhouse.gov McBride, Mark (R-53) mark.mcbride@okhouse.gov

McCall, Charles (R-22) charles.mccall@okhouse.gov McDaniel, Randy (R-83) randy.mcdaniel@okhouse.gov Moore, Lewis H. (R-96) lewis.moore@okhouse.gov Morrissette, Richard (D-92) richardmorrissette@okhouse.gov Murphy, Jason W. (R-31) jason.murphy@okhouse.gov Nelson, Jason (R-87) jason.nelson@okhouse.gov Newell, Tom (R-28) tom.newell@okhouse.gov Osborn, Leslie (R-47) leslie.osborn@okhouse.gov Perryman, David (D-56) david.perryman@okhouse.gov Pittman, Anastasia (D-99) anastasia.pittman@okhouse.gov Reynolds, Mike (R-91) mikereynolds@okhouse.gov Russ, Todd (R-55) todd.russ@okhouse.gov Sanders, Mike (R-59) mike.sanders@okhouse.gov Schwartz, Colby (R-43) colby.schwartz@okhouse.gov Shelton, Mike (D-97) mikeshelton@okhouse.gov

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STATE REPRESENTATIVES (CONTINUED)

Stiles, Aaron (R-45)

aaron.stiles@okhouse.gov

Thomsen, Todd (R-25)

todd.thomsen@okhouse.gov

Turner, Mike (R-82) Virgin, Emily (D-44) mike.turner@okhouse.gov emily.virgin@okhouse.gov

Wesselhoft, Paul (R-54)

paulwesselhoft@okhouse.gov

Williams, Cory T. (D-34)

Wood, Justin (R-26)

Wright, Harold (R-57)

Glenn (D) Henke (R) Kouplen (D) Lockhart (D) McCall (R) McPeak (D) Murphey (R) O’Donnell (R) Proctor (D) Quinn (R) Russ (R) Sears (R) Turner (R)

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

Joyner (R) Murphey (R) Osborn (R) Rousselot (D) Shoemake (D) Trebilcock (R) Walker (R)

UTILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION

Billy (R) - Chair Grau (R) - Vice Chair Cooksey (R) Hall (R) Perryman (D) Pittman (D) Wright (R)

cory.williams@okhouse.gov

justin.wood@okhouse.gov

harold.wright@okhouse.gov

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Blackwell (R) Chair Fisher (R) - Vice Chair Floyd (D) Fourkiller (D) Grau (R) Hulbert (R) McCullough (R) Mulready (R) Shelton (D) Thomsen (R) Walker (R) AGRICULTURE AND WILDLIFE

DeWitt (R) - Chair Vaughan (R) - Vice Chair Armes (R) Bennett (R) Biggs (R) Casey (R) Enns (R) Hickman (R) Kouplen (D) Lockhart (D) McDaniel, C. (D) Newell (R) Renegar (D) Sanders (R) Shoemake (D) Trebilcock (R) Wright (R) APPROPRIATIONS AND BUDGET

Martin, Scott (R) - Chair Newell (R) - Vice Chair Armes (R) Billy (R) Brown (D) Christian (R) Coody (R) Cox (R) Denney (R) Dorman (D) Hickman (R) Hoskin (D) Kern (R) McCullough (R) McDaniel, J. (D) McNiel (R) McPeak (D) Morrissette (D) Nelson (R) Osborn (R) Proctor (D) Roberts, S. (R)

Sanders (R) Schwartz (R) Sears (R) Watson (R) Wessellhoft (R) COMMON EDUCATION

Coody (R) - Chair Casey (R) - Vice Chair Blackwell (R) Cannaday (D) Condit (D) Cox (R) Denney (R) DeWitt (R) Kern (R) McDaniel, C. (D) McDaniel, J. (D) Nelson (R) Nollan (R) Roberts, D. (D) Smalley (R) Thomsen (R) Virgin (D) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND FINANCIAL SERVICES

McDaniel, R. (R) - Chair Roberts, D. (R) Vice Chair Cleveland (R) Hamilton (D) Henke (R) Matthews (D) McCall (R) McNiel (R) Morrissette (D) Nollan (R) Ortega (R) Sears (R) Shelton (D) Trebilcock (R) Turner (R) ENERGY / AEROSPACE

Trebilcock (R) Chair Watson (R) - Vice Chair Armes (R) Banz (R) Billy (R) Brown (D) Brumbaugh (R) Cockroft (R) Cooksey (R) Denney (R) Hickman (R) Inman (D) Joyner (R)

Kirby (R) Kouplen (D) Martin, Steve (R) McBride (R) McDaniel, R. (R) McPeak (D) Proctor (D) Pruett (D) Reynolds (R) Roberts (R) Sanders (R) Schwartz (R) Scott (D) Sherrer (D) Stiles (R) Wesselhoft (R)

Hulbert (R) Kern (R) McDaniel, J. (D) McNiel (R) Nelson (R) Nollan (R) Peterson (R) Sherrer (D) INSURANCE

Kirby (R) - Chair Quinn (R) - Vice Chair Dank (R) Kouplen (D) Matthews (D) Moore (R) Mulready (R) Russ (R) Schwartz (R) Shelton(D) Stiles (R)

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

Wesselhoft (R) Chair O’Donnell (R) Vice Chair Cockroft (R) Joyner (R) Perryman (D) Peterson (R) Reynolds (R) Shoemake (D) Wood (R)

JUDICIARY

GOVERNMENT MODERNIZATION

Murphey (R) - Chair Turner (R) - Vice Chair Brumbaugh (R) Derby (R) Dorman (D) Fisher (R) Hall (R) Morrissette (D) Scott (D) Smalley (R) Walker (R) Wood (R) HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAREERTECH

Wright (R) - Chair Wood (R) - Vice Chair Brown (D) Casey (R) Denney (R) Johnson (R) O’Donnell (R) Ownbey (R) Virgin (D) Williams (D) HUMAN SERVICES

Ownbey (R) - Chair Pittman (D) - Vice Chair

Osborn (R) - Chair Stiles (R) - Vice Chair Biggs (R) Echols (R) Inman (D) Johnson (R) Jordan (R) Martin, Steve (R) McBride (R) McCall (R) McCullough (R) Morrissette (D) Newell (R) Sherrer (D) Virgin (D) Williams (D) LONG-TERM CARE AND SENIOR SERVICES

Dank (R) - Chair Condit (D) - Vice Chair Fourkiller (D) Hamilton (D) Lockhart (D) Newell (R) Ortega (R) Ritze (R) Vaughan (R) PUBLIC HEALTH

Derby (R) - Chair Mulready (R) - Vice Chair Cox (R) Echols (R) Enns (R) Grau (R) Hamilton (D) Hulbert (R)

McDaniel, J. (D) Ritze (R) Shelton (D) PUBLIC SAFETY

Martin, Steve (R) - Chair Walker (R) - Vice Chair Cannaday (D) Christian (R) Grau (R) Hardin (R) Hoskin (D) Jordan (R) Osborn (R) Ownbey (R) Pruett (D) Renegar (D) Ritze (R) Vaughan (R) RULES

Russ (R) - Chair Cooksey (R) - Vice Chair Dorman (D) Floyd (D) Quinn (R) Watson (R) Wright (R) STATES’ RIGHTS

Moore (R) - Chair Roberts, S. (R) Vice Chair Cannaday (D) DeWitt (R) Fisher (R) Floyd (D) Hall (R) Hardin (R) Matthews (D) Murphey (R) Roberts, D. (R) Shelton (D) TOURISM AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Ortega (R) - Chair Pruett (D) - Vice Chair Banz (R) Cleveland (R) Enns (R) Henke (R) McDaniel, C. (D) Perryman (D) Pittman (D) Ritze (R) TRANSPORTATION

Joyner (R) - Chair Bennett (R) - Vice Chair Cockroft (R)

Schwartz (R) - Chair McBride (R) - Vice Chair Christian (R) Moore (R) Pruett (D) Reynolds (R) Scott (D) Watson (R) VETERANS’ AND MILITARY AFFAIRS

Banz (R) - Chair Hardin (R) - Vice Chair Bennett (R) Coody (R) Dank (R) Hoskin (D) Inman (D) McDaniel, R. (R) Proctor (D) Wesselhoft (R) APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEES CAREERTECH

McNiel (R) - Chair Enns (R) - Vice Chair Glenn (D) Thomsen (R) Vaughan (R) Williams (D) Wood (R) COMMON EDUCATION

Denney (R) - Chair Henke (R) - Vice Chair Cannaday (D) Casey (R) Coody (R) Fisher (R) Floyd (D) Quinn (R)

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Christian (R) Chair Echols (R) - Vice Chair Biggs (R) Cleveland (R) Fourkiller (D) McDaniel, C. (D) Russ (R) HIGHER EDUCATION

HUMAN SERVICES

Nelson (R) - Chair Nollan (R) - Vice Chair Ownbey (R) Peterson (R) Pittman (D) Roberts, D. (D) Rousselot (D) JUDICIARY

McCullough (R) Chair Biggs (R) - Vice Chair Floyd (D) Jordan (R) Kirby (R) O’Donnell (R) Virgin (D) NATURAL RESOURCES AND REGULATORY SERVICES

Armes (R) - Chair Cockroft (R) - Vice Chair Blackwell (R) Cooksey (R) DeWitt (R) McBride (R) Ortega (R) Renegar (D) Rousselot (D) Shoemake (D) NON- APPROPRIATED

Kern (R) - Chair Brumbaugh (R) Vice Chair Glenn (D) Jordan (R)

PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES

Cox (R) - Chair Hulbert (R) - Vice Chair Derby (R) Fourkiller (D) Hamilton (D) Moore (R) Mulready (R) Roberts, S. (R) PUBLIC SAFETY

Hickman (R) Chair Cleveland (R) - Vice Chair Banz (R) Bennett (R) Billy (R) Brumbaugh (R) Condit (D) Derby (R) Dorman (D) Echols (R) Glenn (D) Johnson (R) Matthews (D) Reynolds (R) REVENUE AND TAX

Sears (R) - Chair McCall (R) - Vice Chair Blackwell (R) Brown (D) Dank (R) Hall (R) Johnson (R) Kirby (R) Martin, Steve (R) McDaniel, J. (D) Rousselot (D) Smalley (R) Thomsen (R) TRANSPORTATION

Sanders (R) - Chair Smalley (R) - Vice Chair Hardin (R) Lockhart (D) McDaniel, R. (R) Scott (D) Stiles (R) Turner (R)

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OKLAHOMA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES BY DISTRICT DISTRICT #

REPRESENTATIVE

COUNTIES

DISTRICT #

1. Curtis McDaniel (D) McCurtain 2. John Bennett (R) Sequoyah 3. James Lockhart (D) LeFlore 4. Mike Brown (D) Cherokee 5. Doug Cox (R) Delaware, Mayes 6. Chuck Hoskin (D) Craig, Mayes, Rogers 7. Larry Glenn (D) Delaware, Ottawa 8. Ben Sherrer (D) Mayes, Rogers, Wagoner 9. Marty Quinn (R) Rogers 10. Steve Martin (R) Nowata, Osage, Washington 11. Earl Sears (R) Tulsa, Washington 12. Wade Rousselot (D) Rogers, Wagoner 13. Jerry McPeak (D) Muskogee, Wagoner 14. Arthur Hulbert (R) Cherokee, Muskogee 15. Ed Cannaday (D) Haskell, LeFlore, McIntosh, Muskogee, Sequoyah 16. Jerry Shoemake (D) Muskogee, Okmulgee, Wagoner 17. Brian Renegar (D) Haskell, Latimer, LeFlore, Pittsburg 18. Donnie Condit (D) McIntosh, Pittsburg 19. R. C. Pruett (D) Choctaw, LeFlore, McCurtain, Pushmataha 20. Bobby Cleveland (R) Atoka, Bryan, Coal, Johnston, Pontotoc 21. Dustin Roberts (R) Bryan 22. Charles A. McCall (R) Cleveland, Garvin, McClain, Murray, Pontotoc 23. Terry O’Donnell (R) Tulsa 24. Steve Kouplen (D) Creek, Hughes, Okfuskee, Okmulgee 25. Todd Thomsen (R) Hughes, McClain, Pontotoc, Pottawatomie 26. Justin Wood (R) Pottawatomie 27. Josh Cockroft (R) Cleveland, Pottawatomie 28. Tom Newell (R) Lincoln, Okfuskee, Pottawatomie, Seminole 29. Skye McNiel (R) Creek, Tulsa

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COUNTIES

30. Mark McCollough (R) Creek, Tulsa 31. Jason W. Murphey (R) Logan, Oklahoma 32. Jason Smalley (R) Creek, Lincoln 33. Lee Denney (R) Logan, Payne 34. Cory T. Williams (D) Payne 35. Dennis Casey (R) Noble, Osage, Pawnee, Payne 36. Sean Roberts (R) Osage, Tulsa 37. Steve Vaughan (R) Kay, Osage 38. Dale DeWitt (R) Garfield, Grant, Kay, Noble, Oklahoma, Osage 39. Marian Cooksey (R) Oklahoma 40. Mike Jackson (R) Garfield 41. John T. Enns (R) Canadian, Garfield, Kingfisher, Oklahoma 42. Lisa J. Billy (R) Cleveland, Garvin, Grady, McClain 43. Colby Schwartz (R) Canadian 44. Emily Virgin (D) Cleveland 45. Aaron Stiles (R) Cleveland 46. Scott Martin (R) Cleveland, McClain 47. Leslie Osborn (R) Canadian, Grady 48. Pat Ownbey (R) Carter 49. Tommy Hardin (R) Carter, Love, Marshall 50. Dennis Johnson (R) Comanche, Cotton, Stephens 51. Scott Biggs (R) Cotton, Jefferson, Grady, McClain, Stephens 52. Charles L. Ortega (R) Greer, Jackson, Kiowa 53. Mark McBride (R) Cleveland 54. Paul Wesselhoft (R) Cleveland 55. Todd Russ (R) Caddo, Canadian, Kiowa, Washita 56. David Perryman (D) Caddo, Canadian, Grady 57. Harold Wright (R) Blaine, Canadian, Custer 58. Jeff Hickman (R) Alfalfa, Grant, Major, Woods, Woodward 59. Mike Sanders (R) Blaine, Canadian, Dewey, Kingfisher, Major, Woodward 60. Dan Fisher (R) Beckham, Ellis, Greer Harmon, Roger Hills

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REPRESENTATIVE

COUNTIES

61. Gus Blackwell (R) Beaver, Cimarron, Ellis, Harper, Texas, Woodward 62. T. W. Shannon (R) Comanche 63. Don Armes (R) Comanche, Tillman 64. Ann Coody (R) Comanche 65. Joe Dorman (D) Caddo, Comanche, Grady 66. Jadine Nollan (R) Tulsa 67. Pam Peterson (R) Tulsa 68. Glen Mulready (R) Creek, Tulsa 69. Fred Jordan (R) Tulsa 70. Ken Walker (R) Tulsa 71. Katie Henke (R) Tulsa 72. Seneca Scott (D) Tulsa 73. Kevin Matthews (D) Osage, Tulsa 74. David Derby (R) Rogers, Tulsa 75. Dan Kirby (R) Tulsa 76. David Brumbaugh (R) Tulsa 77. Eric Proctor (D) Rogers, Tulsa 78. Jeannie McDaniel (D) Tulsa 79. Weldon Watson (R) Tulsa 80. Mike Ritze (R) Tulsa 81. Randy Grau (R) Oklahoma 82. Mike Turner (R) Oklahoma 83. Randy McDaniel (R) Oklahoma 84. Sally Kern (R) Oklahoma 85. David Dank (R) Oklahoma 86. William Fourkiller (D) Adair, Cherokee, Delaware 87. Jason Nelson (R) Oklahoma 88. Kay Floyd (D) Oklahoma 89. Rebecca Hamilton (D) Oklahoma 90. Jon Echols (R) Oklahoma 91. Mike Reynolds (R) Cleveland, Oklahoma 92. Richard Morrissette (D) Oklahoma 93. Mike Christian (R) Oklahoma 94. Scott Inman (D) Oklahoma 95. Charlie Joyner (R) Oklahoma 96. Lewis H. Moore (R) Oklahoma 97. Mike Shelton (D) Oklahoma 98. John Trebilcock (R) Tulsa, Wagoner 99. Anastasia Pittman (D) Oklahoma 100. Elise Hall (R) Oklahoma 101. Gary Banz (R) Oklahoma


OKLAHOMA COUNTY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICTS MAP County Line Council I-40

Rockwell

Portland

John Kilpatrick

Meridian Lake Hefner

May I-44

Kelly

Sunnylane / Coltrane

I-44

I-240

Sooner

Douglas

Lake Arcadia

Midwest

I-40

Westminster

I-44

Post

1 - Willa Johnson

Air Depot

2 - Brian Maughan

3 - Ray Vaughn

Bryant I-3 5

Luther

Dobbs

Harrah

Horseshoe Lake

248th / Waterloo

234th / Sorghum Mill

220th / Coffee Creek

206th / Covell

192nd 178th / Edmond

164th / 15th

150th / 33rd 136th / Memorial

108th / Hefner

122nd

93rd / Britton

78th / Wilshire

50th

63rd

36th

23rd

10th Reno

29th

15th

44th

59th

74th

89th

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MacArthur

Pennsylvania

Western

Santa Fe

Anderson

Hiwassee Henney

Choctaw

Indian Meridian

Triple X

Peebly

Pottawatomie


OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Willa Johnson

District 1 County Commissioner 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1501

Leonard Sullivan

County Assessor 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1200

Carolynn Caudill

County Clerk 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1864

Brian Maughan

District 2 County Commissioner 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1502

Tim Rhodes

Court Clerk 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1721

Ray Vaughn

District 3 County Commissioner 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1503

David Prater

District Attorney 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1600

John Whetsel

County Sheriff 201 N. Shartel Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1000

Forrest “Butch” Freeman County Treasurer 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1300

COUNTY AGENCIES Emergency Management 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1369

Health Department 921 NE 23rd St. Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 427-8651

Public Defender 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1550

Engineering 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1495

Juvenile Justice 5905 N. Classen Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73118 (405) 713-6400

Purchasing 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1490

Election Board 4201 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 713-1515

Planning Commission 320 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 713-1361

Training 7401 NE 23rd St. Oklahoma City, OK 73141 (405) 713-1890

OKLAHOMA COUNTY GOVERNMENT www.oklahomacounty.org

The administrative body of Oklahoma County is the Board of County Commissioners, which was created by the Oklahoma Legislature. Oklahoma County, like all counties in Oklahoma, is divided into three districts. The districts are as equal in population as possible, numbered 1, 2, and 3, and subject to alteration by the Oklahoma Legislature not more than once every 10 years. One commissioner is elected from each district for a term of four years.

Elections are held every two years, beginning with a primary on the last Tuesday in July. The run-off is held on the fourth Tuesday of Aug., and the general election is on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in Nov. YEAR RACES PRIMARY GENERAL RUNOFF

2014 Districts 1 & 3, District Attorney County Assessor, County Treasurer July 29, 2014 August 26, 2014 November 11, 2014

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OKLAHOMA COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICTS MAP County Line Council I-40

Rockwell

Portland

John Kilpatrick

Meridian Lake Hefner

May I-44

Kelly

Sunnylane / Coltrane

I-44

I-240

Sooner

Douglas

Lake Arcadia

Midwest

I-40

Westminster

I-44

Post

1 - Willa Johnson

Air Depot

2 - Brian Maughan

3 - Ray Vaughn

Bryant I-3 5

Luther

Dobbs

Harrah

Horseshoe Lake

248th / Waterloo

234th / Sorghum Mill

220th / Coffee Creek

206th / Covell

192nd 178th / Edmond

164th / 15th

150th / 33rd 136th / Memorial

122nd

108th / Hefner

93rd / Britton

78th / Wilshire

50th

63rd

36th

23rd

10th Reno

29th

15th

44th

59th

74th

89th

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MacArthur

Pennsylvania

Western

Santa Fe

Anderson

Hiwassee Henney

Choctaw

Indian Meridian

Triple X

Peebly

Pottawatomie


CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY

Mayor Mick Cornett

Gary Marrs

Ed Shadid

Lawrence F. McAtee, Jr.

Pete White

David Greenwell Council Ward #5

Meg Salyer

Ronald “Skip” Kelly

Patrick Ryan

Council Ward #1 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2404

Council Ward #2 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2402

Council Ward #3 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2404

Council Ward #4 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2402

200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2424 (405) 297-3759 (fax)

Council Ward #6 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2402

200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2569

OKLAHOMA CITY DEPARTMENTS Action Center 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2535

Airports 7100 Terminal Dr., Box 937 Oklahoma City, OK 731590937 (405) 316-3200 Central Parking System 300 SW 7th St. Oklahoma City, OK 73109 (405) 297-2484

Council Ward #8 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2404

City Attorney 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2451 City Auditor 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2624

Finance / Purchasing 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2741 Fire Department 820 N.W. 5th St. Oklahoma City, OK 73106 (405)297-3314

Municipal Courts 700 Couch Dr. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2673 Neighborhood Services 420 W. Main Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2972

Police Department 701 Colcord Dr. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-1000 Public Information Officer 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-1111

City Clerk 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2391

Licenses 420 W. Main, Suite 130 Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2606

Parks and Recreation 420 W. Main St., 2nd floor Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-3882

Water & Wastewater Utilities 420 W. Main Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2422

City Manager 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2345

MAPS for Kids Trust Office 420 W. Main St., Ste. 400 Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-3461

Planning Department 420 W. Main St., #900 Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405)297-2576

OKLAHOMA CITY GOVERNMENT www.okc.gov

Oklahoma City is governed by a council/manager system established by an amendment to the city charter in 1927. The charter, adopted in 1916, originally called for a commission form of government. The mayor and eight city council members are elected to four-year terms. In order to keep continuity within city government, half of the council is elected every two years. The city is divided into eight wards. The voters of each ward elect a council member to represent them, and the mayor is elected at large. The mayor and the council appoint a city manager to serve as the city’s chief administrative official.

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Council Ward #7 200 N. Walker Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-2569

Primary elections are held the first Tuesday of March. The general election is held the first Tuesday of April. The filing period is neither more than 29 days nor less than 24 days before the primary election. Elections for the city wards are always held in odd-numbered years, while the mayoral election is held in an even-numbered year. Elections for 2013 are as follows: YEAR 2013 2015 RACE Wards 1, 3, 4, 7 Wards, 2, 5, 6, 8 GENERAL March 5 March 3 RUNOFF April 2 April 7 (if needed)

Elections carried out by Oklahoma County Election Board

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OKLAHOMA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Karl Springer

Angela Z. Monson

Superintendent Oklahoma City Public Schools 900 N. Klein Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73106 (405) 587-0000

School Board Chairperson 720 Northeast 42nd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 271-2390 *Candidate for re-election on 2/12/13

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Election to be held 2/12/13

Election to be held 2/12/13

District #1

District #2

*New board member to be elected on 2/12/13

*New board member to be elected on 2/12/13

Phil Horning

District #3 3201 NW 18 Oklahoma City, OK 73107 (405) 946-3778

Laura Massenat Ruth Veales District #5 District #4 lamassenat@OKCPS.org 900 N. Klein Ave

Jay Means

District #6 5715 S. Kentucky Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73106 Oklahoma City, OK 73119 (405) 601-6914 (405) 732-8122

(405) 326-7248

Ron Millican

District #7 2308 S.W. 81st Oklahoma City, OK 73159

(405) 685-7069

SENIOR STAFF Deputy Superintendent (405) 587-0351 Chief Academic Officer (405) 587- 0440 Chief Information Officer (405) 587- 0272 Chief Operations Officer (405) 587-0446 Chief Financial Officer (405) 587-0184 General Counsel (405) 587-0350

Executive Director, Human Capital (405) 587-0099 Executive Director, Communications and Community Relations (405) 587-0227 Director, Planning, Research and Evaluation (405) 297-6811 Executive Director, Information Technology (405) 587-0277 Executive Director, Curriculum (405) 587-0312

OKLAHOMA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT www.okcps.org

Upcoming elections for the Oklahoma City School Board are as follows:

900 N. Klein Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73106

Election carried out by Oklahoma County Election Board

Oklahoma City School District, I-89, has eight elective school board officers that manage the fiscal matters of the school district according to state statutes. There is one chairman (a new position as of 2001) elected district-wide and seven board members elected from geographical districts. Board members serve four-year terms and elections rotate by district on a four-year cycle.

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Executive Director, Elementary Education (405) 587-0093 Executive Director, Secondary Schools (405) 587-0293

YEAR 2013 RACES Chair, Districts #1 & 2 ELECTION February 12 RUNOFF April 2 (if needed)

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2013 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Peter B. Delaney OGE Energy Corp. Chairman

Carl Edwards Price Edwards & Company Immediate Past Chairman

David A. Jackson JPMorganChase Bank Treasurer

2013 VICE CHAIRS

Clayton I. Bennett Dorchester Capital Strategic Planning

Tom J. McDaniel American Fidelity Foundation MAPS Development

Bryan L. Gonterman Rhonda Hooper AT&T Oklahoma Jordan Advertising Membership Economic Development

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Roy H. Williams, CCE Greater Oklahoma City Chamber President & CEO

PAST CHAIRMEN

Larry Nichols Devon Energy Corporation Strategic Planning

Bradley Krieger Arvest Bank Military/Aerospace

Percy Kirk David Rainbolt John Richels Cox Communications BancFirst Devon Energy Marketing & Government Relations Corporation Communications Forward Oklahoma City

Teresa Rose Chesapeake Energy Corporation Education/Workforce Development

Bruce Lawrence INTEGRIS Health Corporate Secretary

Natalie Shirley Oklahoma State University Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau

Henry Overholser* John H. Burford* W. J. Gault* O. A. Mitscher* W. W. Storm* B. M. Dilley* Anton H. Classen* Seymour C. Heyman* George G. Sohlberg* T. D. Turner* I. M. Holcomb* H. Y. Thompson* George B. Stone* Sidney L. Brock* O. P. Workman* Frank J. Wikoff* S. M. Gloyd* C. F. Colcord* Edward K. Gaylord* Edgar S. Vaught* J. R. Cottingham* George Frederickson* A. W. Boyd* W. J. Pettee* Ed Overholser* John A. Brown* J. F. Owens* Gilbert A. Nichols* R. J. Benzel* Virgil Browne* Frank Buttram* Samuel W. Haynes* W. E. Hightower* Fred Jones* Glenn C. Kiley* J. S. Hargett* J. Wiley Richardson* William Morgan Cain* Donald S. Kennedy*

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Ray J. Spradling* H. B. Groh* Ancel Earp* Edward L. Gaylord* John Kilpatrick, Jr.* William V. Montin* R. A. Young* Stanton L. Young John R. Parsons* Robert E. Lee* Norman P. Bagwell* Edward Hahn Cook James G. Harlow, Jr.* R. D. Harrison* Bill Swisher* Dan Hogan Richard H. Clements Gerald R. Marshall Lee Allan Smith Clyde Ingle* Edmund O. Martin William E. Durrett Ray Ackerman* Frank A. McPherson Ken W. Townsend* Stanley F. Hupfeld William G. Thurman, M.D. Clayton I. Bennett Gerald L. Gamble Dave Lopez Steven E. Moore* Luke R. Corbett Robert A. Funk V. Burns Hargis Fred J. Hall J. Larry Nichols David Thompson Carl Edwards Listed in order of service. An asterisk (*) denotes those who are deceased.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS Alfonzo, Adriann TriCorps Security

Farha, Clay T. B.D. Eddie Enterprises

Anoatubby, Governor Bill The Chickasaw Nation

Farzaneh, Jalal Home Creations

Beffort, Mark Grubb & Ellis | Levy Beffort

Ferretti, Ph.D., Joseph J. University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Bennett, Clayton I. Dorchester Capital

Funk, Robert A. Express Employment Professionals

Binkowski, Beverly F. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma Brown, James M. 7-Eleven Stores Browne, Robert F. Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Cameron, William M. American Fidelity Assurance Company Clark, James C. B.C. Clark Jewelers Clements, Richard H. Clements Foods Company - Garden Club Cook, Edward H. Corbett, Luke R. Cornett, Mick City of Oklahoma City Couch, Jim City of Oklahoma City

Funke, Mark W. Southwest Bancorp Gamble, Gerald L. Gerald L. Gamble Co., Inc. Gonterman, Bryan L. AT&T Oklahoma Hall, Fred J. Hall Capital, LLC Hargis, V. Burns Oklahoma State University Harlow, David BancFirst Hart, John Continental Resources Haskin, Jane F. First Bethany Bank & Trust Hatfield, CCIM, Judy J. Equity Commercial Realty, LLC

Dewey, Greg SandRidge Energy, Inc.

Hodges, Joe SSM Health Care of Oklahoma

Emmelhainz, Mike The Boeing Company Everest, Christy E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation

Jackson, David A. JPMorganChase Bank, N.A. Johnson, Reginald D. Wells Fargo & Co. Joullian, IV, E. Carey Mustang Fuel Corporation Kirk, Percy Cox Communications Krieger, Bradley W. Arvest Bank

Lopez, Dave Oklahoma Department of Commerce

Henry, Robert Oklahoma City University

Edwards, Carl E. Price Edwards & Company

Irani, Ronnie K. RKI Exploration & Production

Lawrence, Bruce INTEGRIS Health

Delaney, Peter B. OGE Energy Corp.

Durrett, William E. American Fidelity Assurance Company

Hupfeld, FACHE, Stanley F. INTEGRIS Family of Foundations

Hogan, Dan Dan Hogan Properties Hooper, Rhonda Jordan Advertising Howard, Robert E. Mercedes-Benz of Oklahoma City

Love, Greg Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc. Marshall, Gerald Midland Asset Management Martin, Edmund O. Ackerman McQueen, Inc. Mashburn, Jesse J.W. Mashburn Development, Inc. Mason, Steve Cardinal Engineering, Inc.

Naifeh, Bradley Z. Central Liquor Company Neira, Xavier Manhattan Construction Company Nichols, J. Larry Devon Energy Corporation *Nigh, George IBC Bank Nix, Richard McAfee & Taft Norick, Ronald J. Norick Investment Company, LLC O’Toole, Tim Oklahoma State Fair, Inc. Perry, Kevin Perry Publishing and Broadcasting Company, Inc. Phillips, Greg Oklahoma Natural Gas Company Prescott, M.D., Stephen M. Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation Price, Jr., Ford C. Price Edwards & Company Rainbolt, David E. BancFirst Reen, Christopher P. OPUBCO Communications Group

Maun, Marc Bank of Oklahoma

Richels, John Devon Energy Corporation

McDaniel, Tom J. American Fidelity Foundation

Rose, Teresa Chesapeake Energy Corporation

*McLean J.W.

Ross, Robert J. Inasmuch Foundation / Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation

McPherson, Frank A. Mélon, Mary The Journal Record Publishing Company

Sanchez, Eduardo Lopez Foods, Inc. Scaramucci, Avis Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar Schroeder, Charles P. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Shirley, Natalie Oklahoma State University Oklahoma City Smith, Lee Allan Oklahoma Events, LLC Springer, Karl Oklahoma City Public Schools Tanenbaum, Richard Gardner Tanenbaum Holdings Thompson, David L. InvesTrust Thurman, M.D., William G. Vaughn, Ray Oklahoma County Watkins, Kari F. Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum Williams, CCE, Roy H. Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Young, Stanton L. Stanton L. Young Companies *Life Members

Salyer, Meg Accel Financial Staffing

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BOARD OF ADVISORS / LEAD INVESTORS Board of Advisor member companies play a key leadership role in the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. An annual investment of $3,000 or more qualifies a member company to be part of the Board of Advisors. Through additional financial support, they are invited to Board Meetings, Board Retreats and Intercity Visits. Lead Investor member companies demonstrate their commitment to Greater Oklahoma City by financing the Chamber’s operations at significantly higher levels. An annual investment of $1,000 or more qualifies a member company to be a Lead Investor.

BOARD OF ADVISORS PLATINUM LEAD INVESTORS ($40,000 OR MORE) AT&T Oklahoma Bryan L. Gonterman

Express Employment Professionals Robert A. Funk

Oklahoma Natural Gas Company Kent Shortridge

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Thomas S. Price, Jr.

OGE Energy Corp. Peter B. Delaney

The Oklahoma Publishing Company Gary C. Pierson

Devon Energy Corporation J. Larry Nichols

Oklahoma Industries Authority Catherine O’Connor

SandRidge Energy, Inc. Tom Ward

BOARD OF ADVISORS GOLD LEAD INVESTORS ($10,000 TO $39,999) American Fidelity Assurance Company William M. Cameron

IBC Bank Thomas L. Travis

Oklahoma Spine Hospital Kevin Blaylock

Arvest Bank Bradley W. Krieger

INTEGRIS Health Bruce Lawrence

Pratt & Whitney Robert Johnson

Bank of Oklahoma Marc Maun

JPMorganChase Bank, N.A. David A. Jackson

SSM Health Care of Oklahoma Joe Hodges

Continental Resources Harold Hamm

Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc. Tom Love

SONIC, America’s Drive-In J. Clifford Hudson

Dolese Bros. Co. Bill Schlittler

Mercy Hospital of Oklahoma City Jim R. Gebhart, FACHE

Specialty Real Estate Services, LLC Mark Beffort

General Electric Aviation Steven Kahne

MidFirst Bank George J. Records

Wal-Mart District Office of Public Affairs Chris Neeley

Hall Capital, LLC Fred J. Hall

OU Medical Center Charles L. Spicer, Jr.

BOARD OF ADVISORS SILVER LEAD INVESTORS ($5,000 TO $9,999)

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AAA Member Services Co. Cal Hankins

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma Beverly F. Binkowski

Ackerman McQueen, Inc. Edmund O. Martin

The Boeing Company Mike Emmelhainz

Advancia Corporation Rudy Alvarado

Central Liquor Company Bradley Z. Naifeh

Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. Jeff Pedersen

Century, Inc. Mike Dillard

BKD, LLP Todd Lisle

The Chickasaw Nation Bill Anoatubby, Governor

BP America, Inc. Mike Thompson

Coppermark Bank Thomas L. Legan

BancFirst David Harlow

Cox Communications Percy Kirk

Bank of America Merrill Lynch Tony N. Shinn

Crowe & Dunlevy Michael S. Laird

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Cushman & Wakefield - Commercial Oklahoma Barry Murphy Deaconess Hospital Cathryn Hibbs Dell USA, LP Christopher Scully Dent Source, LLC Michael Caraker Dignity Memorial Providers of Oklahoma Scot Werkmeister Dorchester Capital Clayton I. Bennett B.D. Eddie Enterprises Clay T. Farha


Ernst & Young, LLP Mark Wood

Laborers’ International Union of North America Reno Hammond

First Fidelity Bank Lee Symcox First Liberty Bank Joey Root First Med Urgent Care Todd S. Lechtenberger GE Oil & Gas, Artificial Lift Juan L. Korszyk Gardner Tanenbaum Holdings Richard Tanenbaum Google Inc. Mike Wooten Government Liquidation / Liquidity Services, Inc. Steve Jackson

Oklahoma State Fair, Inc. Tim O’Toole

Langston University Dr. Kent J. Smith, Jr.

The Pepsi Bottling Group of Oklahoma City Clyde Watts

Lonestar Geophysical Surveys Heath Harris

Quad/Graphics, Inc. Stu Moore

Malarkey Roofing Products Jay Kreft

Reserve National Insurance Co. Orin Crossley

Manhattan Construction Company Xavier Neira

Riverwind Casino Clayton Stewart

McAfee & Taft Richard Nix

SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC (SAIC/Benham) Lance Benham

Mustang Fuel Corporation E. Carey Joullian, IV Griffin Communications/NEWS9 David F. Griffin

Grant Thornton, LLP Rick McCune

OU Physicians Brian L. Maddy

Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Don Bischoff

Oklahoma Allergy & Asthma Clinic, Inc. Garyl Geist

The Hertz Corporation R. Todd Blevins

Oklahoma Blood Institute John B. Armitage, M.D.

Hobby Lobby David Green

Oklahoma Christian University Dr. John deSteiguer

Holder Construction Company Mike Raponi

Oklahoma City Community Foundation Dr. Nancy Anthony

Inasmuch Foundation / Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation Robert J. Ross

Oklahoma City Firefighters Association, IAFF Local 157 Phil Sipe

KPMG LLP Keith J. Schwarz

Oklahoma City University Robert Henry

LSB Industries, Inc. Tony Shelby

Oklahoma Fidelity Bank Aaron Bastian

The Sheraton Oklahoma City Matt Cowden The Skirvin Hilton Martin van der Laan Southwest Bancorp Mark W. Funke Tinker Federal Credit Union Michael D. Kloiber Tri-State Industrial Group, LLC Gary E. Allison UMB Bank Royce M. Hammons University of Oklahoma David Boren Veolia Energy Oklahoma City, Inc. Todd Lewis Wells Fargo & Co. John Munger

BOARD OF ADVISORS BRONZE LEAD INVESTORS ($3,000 TO $4,999) AAMCO Transmissions & Total Car Care Geoff Friedman

Advanced Academics Robert York

Alpha Plus Educational Systems, Inc. Jan B. Barrick

Armstrong Logistics Tom Connell

AAR Aircraft Services Stan Mayer

ASTEC, Inc. (ASTEC Charter Schools) Freda D. Deskin, Ph.D.

ADG, Inc. Mike Mize

Aerotek, Inc. Kylee Glover

Anglin Public Relations Debbie Anglin

a la mode, inc. Tammy Dawson

Affinia Group - Affinia Products Scott McCoy

Anheuser-Busch Metal Container Corp. Timothy A. Popp

The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City, Inc. Catherine O’Connor

Apex Geoscience, Inc. Keith E. Atkins

Basey’s Roofing Gary Basey

Architects In Partnership (AIP) Heath Hans

Beck Design Donald K. Beck, Jr., AIA

A-Tech Paving Jay Doyle ARL BioPharma, Inc. Dr. Thomas Kupiec Accord Human Resources, Inc. Dale Hageman Acorn Growth Companies Jeff Davis

Alliance Steel, Inc. Larry Thomas Allied Arts Deborah McAuliffe Senner

Andrews Davis John Frederick Kempf, Jr.

Armstrong Auditorium Shane Granger

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Association of Central Oklahoma Governments John G. Johnson Baker First Commercial Real Estate Services Rod N. Baker, CCIM Bank of the West Jamie E. Elmore

R.K. Black, Inc. Chris Black

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Black Tie Valet Parking Service Jay Shaw

City Rescue Mission, Inc. Rev. Tom Jones

Enviro Clean Services Ken Murphy

Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc. Jerry Roberts

Bockus Payne Associates Architects David K. Payne

Claims Management Resources, Inc. John M. “Chip” Fudge

Epworth Villa John Harned

Gallagher Meyers-Reynolds Chris Magnum

The Boldt Company Steve Olson

B.C. Clark Jewelers James C. Clark

Equipment Technology, LLC Jim Neuberger

E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation Christy Everest

Bradley Oil Company Bradley Schwartz

Clearwater Enterprises, LLC Tony S. Say

The Brooks Group, LLC Steven Brooks

Cleary Petroleum Corporation Douglas B. Cleary

Brothers & Company Holly Gray

Cobb Engineering Co. Marty P. Hepp, PE

Brown Mackie College John Fogarty

Colcord Hotel Lindsay Claxton

Burns & McDonnell Josh Evans

Cole & Reed, PC Jim Denny, CPA

Fenton, Fenton, Smith, Reneau & Moon, PC C. Todd Ward

CB Richard Ellis / Oklahoma William T. Forrest

Compressco, Inc. James P. Rounsavall

FireLake Grand Casino Brad Peltier

CMA Strategies, Inc. Sharon Caldwell

Comtech Design Print and Mail, LLC Michael Morrison

First American Title & Trust Company Monica Wittrock

Concentra Urgent Care PJ Gaske

First Enterprise Bank Dan R. McCown

Gulfport Energy Corporation Michael G. Moore

Continental Adjusters, Inc. Doug Morris

First United Bank & Trust Mark Fish

HSPG & Associates, PC Mark A. Sheets

Covenant Global Investors Steve Hartman

Flintco, LLC Mark A. Grimes

Hal Smith Restaurant Group Hal Smith

Crafton Tull Charles Bodiker

Flogistix, LP Mims Talton

Hall Estill Kim Searls

Creative Oklahoma, Inc. Susan McCalmont

The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools Lori Dickinson

Harrison Gypsum Charles “Russ” W. Harrison, Jr.

CP&Y, Inc. Jeremy C. Boswell, PE IS Technologies DBA CSD Iva Salmon Cactus Drilling Company, LLC Bradley Abretske Cameron International Mark Gamber Cancer Treatment Centers of America Caron Davis Cao Nguyen, Inc. Ba T. Luong

Crossland Construction Cassie Reese

Carlisle FoodService Products Trent A. Freiberg

DBI Services - DeAngelo Brothers, Inc. Mark Blandford

CarSafe Nils Flodberg Casady School Christopher C. Bright Case & Associates Karen Franz Centek, Inc. John Carnuccio Champion Hotels & Development Bob Lewter Chaparral Energy, Inc. Joe Evans Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Brian McClain Chris Griswold, PC Chris M. Griswold Churchill - Brown & Associates Chanda Davis

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DCP Midstream Susie Sjulin Delaware Resource Group, a Busey Group Company Philip Busey, Jr. Dowell Properties, Inc. Richard Dowell Duit Construction Co., Inc. James Duit Dunlap Codding, PC Marc A. Brockhaus Dunn, Swan & Cunningham, PC Skip Cunningham ERC Companies Rob Coleman EST, Inc. Mike Vahabzadegan Eide Bailly LLP Steven Corley

Expressway Properties Aman Aggarwal Farmers Insurance Group Randy Dickerson Feed The Children Kevin Hagan Fellers Snider Law Firm Jennyfer R. Guebert

Foundation Surgery Affiliates Robert Byers Francis Tuttle Technology Center Dr. Tom Friedemann Frankfurt-Short-Bruza Associates, PC William Frankfurt Frates Insurance and Risk Management Richard R. Horton, CIC Freedom Companies Lynn Dixon Frontier State Bank Terry Ott GMX Resources, Inc. James A. Merrill GT Clean, Inc. Ginger Sloan GableGotwals Diana Tate Vermeire Gaillardia Country Club Peter Vitali

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Ragon Gentry & Associates Ragon Gentry Global Gaming Solutions, LLC John Elliott GlobalHealth R. Scott Vaughn Gold’s Gym Fred Elias Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma, Inc. Chris Daniels Great Plains National Bank Zach Williams Guernsey Michael K. Moore

The Hartford Darren Lyons Heartland Flyer John Dougherty HeartLine, Inc. Kelly Nutter Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Bryan Amarel Heritage College Andrea Riley Heritage Solutions David C. DeLana Roger Hicks & Associates Group Insurance, Inc. Roger F. Hicks Hines John Wood HoganTaylor LLP Richard A. Wright Home Creations Jalal Farzaneh Homeland Stores Jim Kern


D.R. Horton, Inc. Cecil Pounds

Lippert Bros., Inc. D.E. “Rick” Lippert, Jr.

Northrop Grumman Stewart Scannell

ITT Technical Institute Wally Emerson

Lopez Foods, Inc. John P. Lopez

iComm360 Tom Morgan

M-D Building Products Incorporated Loren A. Plotkin

Northwestern Mutual Midtown Dennis Burbank

Ideal Homes Steve Shoemaker In-Rel Properties Mukang Cho North American Group DBA INSURICA Insurance Management Network Michael F. Ross

OHH Outpatient Clinic Melissa Craven

MTM Recognition Mike Ketcherside

Oak Hills Securities, Inc. Don Dillingham

Magnuson Hotel and Meridian Convention Center Gary Burleson

Oak Tree National Danny Cline

Oklahoma Roofing & Sheet Metal, LLC Gerry Shepherd Oklahoma State University V. Burns Hargis Oppenheim, a division of Bosc, Inc. John Waldo Order-Matic Corporation Robert Powell Orthocare Innovations, LLC David Adams

Manhattan Road and Bridge Mike Webb

OfficeMax National Sales Center Rustin Sparks

Irish Realty Corporation John Kennedy

Marathon Oil Company Michael Stover

Oklahoma Behavioral Health M. Lane Peyton, M.D.

PDC Productions Patrick M. Boylan

Isola Bella David C. Miller

MassMutual Financial Group Mark Burson

Panhandle Oil and Gas, Inc. Michael C. Coffman

J.E. Dunn Construction Company Ken Maulsby

Mathis Bros. OKC, LLC Calvin Worth

Oklahoma City Boathouse Foundation Michael J. Knopp

Jacobs Gillett Cobb

McBride Orthopedic Hospital Clinic Mark Galliart

Jasco Products Company, LLC Steve Trice

Medallion Management Whitney Ward

Jones Public Relations, Inc. Brenda Jones Barwick, APR

Metro Technology Centers James Branscum, Ed.D.

Jordan Advertising Rhonda Hooper

Metropolitan Library System Donna Morris

The Journal Record Publishing Company Mary Mélon

Mid-America Christian University John Fozard, Ph.D.

Junior League of Oklahoma City, Inc. Christi Hooper Reiger

Midtown Renaissance A REHCO Company Mickey Clagg

KFOR-TV Wes Milbourn

Miles Associates Incorporated Garrett F. “Bud” Miles, AIA

KIPP Reach College Prep Tracy McDaniel

Bob Moore Auto Group Curtis L. Hayes

KOCO TV Brent Hensley

MooreNouri, LLC Bob Nouri

The Kerr Foundation, Inc. Lou C. Kerr

NAI Sullivan Group Bob Sullivan, CCIM

Kestrel Investments, Inc. G. Rainey Williams, Jr.

Nabholz Construction Services Chris Goldsby

Kimray, Inc. David Hill

National Coalition of Certification Centers “NC3” Roger Tadajewski

Lamar Outdoor Advertising Bill Condon Laser Spine Institute Bert Lindvall LexisNexis Mark Johnson Linn Energy, LLC Mark Owen

New Century Investments Hotels & Restaurants James R. Thompson New Source Energy Corporation Kristian Kos Newcastle Casino Jenny Cross

Oklahoma City Clinic R. Scott Vaughn Oklahoma City Community College Dr. Paul Sechrist Oklahoma City - County Health Dept. Gary Cox, J.D. Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Robyn Sunday-Allen Oklahoma City Metro Association of REALTORS Shane Johnson Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum Kari F. Watkins Oklahoma City RedHawks Michael Byrnes Oklahoma Financial Center, Inc. Karen S. Cunningham Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality, Inc. Gregg Koehn Oklahoma Heart Hospital John Harvey, M.D. Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Campus John Austin Oklahoma Historical Society Dr. Bob Blackburn Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation Stephen M. Prescott, M.D. Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association Rick J. Moore

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PACCAR Parts Joe Craft

Paradigm AdvantEdge Charlene Wilson Partners Human Resources Co. Roger Rock PAYCOM Chad Richison Pelco Products, Inc. Philip Parduhn People Profits, LLC Clark A. Ingram Perry Publishing and Broadcasting Company, Inc. Russell M. Perry Petra Industries, Inc. Tish Zitzow Physicians Liability Insurance Co. (PLICO) Scott Fikes Pickard Chilton Jon Pickard Pilkington Financial, LLC Jeff L. Pilkington Pitzer’s Lawn Management, Inc. David J. Pitzer Platt College Mollie Hager Poe & Associates, Inc. James R. Benson Pointe Vista Development Scott Fischer Populous Todd Gralla Positive Tomorrows, Inc. Susan Agel PostRock Energy Corporation North Whipple

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Presort First Class Joe Vanlandingham

Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR Russ Florence

Procure Proton Therapy Center Dr. Clark Ward

BCM of Oklahoma, LLC DBA Schwarz Ready Mix Paul Rouse

Prodigal Bob Funk, Jr. The Professional Basketball Club, LLC - Oklahoma City Thunder Danny Barth

Scott Rice George Basore

Titus Construction J.W. Peters

Waterford Marriott Scott Melchior

Sequel Data Systems Incorporated Robert Raab

Total Demolition Services, LLC Terry Branstetter

Waterstone Benefit Administrators Tim Reddout

Quail Creek Bank, N.A. Bert Olah, Jr.

Slawson Exploration Steve Slawson

Quik Print Mark Little

Smith & Pickel Construction, Inc. James A. Pickel

RFIP, Inc. Brandon Clark

Southern Nazarene University Dr. Loren Gresham

Reed Downey Life Insurance Agency Reed Downey, Jr.

Sperry Van Ness / William T. Strange & Assoc. Tim Strange

Rees Associates, Inc. Jay W. Tullis

SpiritBank Rod Marso

Remington Park, Racing * Casino Scott Wells

SpokesME.com Jay W. Wright

ROBYN Bobby Lehew Rose State College Terry Britton, Ph.D. Ruthnap Consulting Group, LLC Gregg Bohler S Design, Inc. Sarah Mason Sears SMG Gary Desjardins The Salvation Army Central Oklahoma Area Command Major Dan Proctor Saxum Renzi Stone Schemmer Associates Todd Cochran

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WSI | We Simplify the Internet Gunnar Hood

Pumps of Oklahoma Richard Greenly

Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison & Lewis Michael C. Turpen

W & W Steel, LLC Rick W. Cooper

Timberlake Construction Co., Inc. Bryan Timberlake

Silvercliffe Construction Company David Pollard

Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel & Spa Joe LoMonaco

Third Degree Advertising & Communications Amanda Lowery

Standley Systems Ashlie Cornelius Staplegun Advertising/ Marketing/Public Relations Philip Baker Stewart Abstract & Title of Oklahoma Gerri Heidebrecht

Total Equipment & Rental, LLC Ken Smith Tribridge Debbie Pollard TriCorps Security David Ross TRILINK Restoration Group, LLC Mike McDaniel Triton Wealth Advisors, LLC Andrew E. Oster, MBA, CFP Unit Corporation Mark E. Schell United Way of Central Oklahoma, Inc. Debby Hampton University Hospitals Authority & Trust Dean Gandy The University of Central Oklahoma Dr. Don Betz The University of Central Oklahoma Foundation Anne Holzberlein

WeightWise Bariatrics Program Gregory Walton, M.D. Wells Fargo Advisors Rick Folmar Western Industries Corporation Jim Robertson Williams, Box, Forshee & Bullard, PC John Michael Williams Willis D. Gray Holden Wilson Supply Company Brit Coppenbarger The Winchester Group Susan Winchester World Travel Alex Eaton The Worx Company Sue Vanderwater YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City Michael S. Grady

Stinnett & Associates Andrea Harmon

University of Phoenix Oklahoma City Campus Troy Thomas

Stonegate-Hogan Randy Hogan

VI Marketing and Branding Tim Berney

Young Chiropractic Tim Young, D.C.

Summit Bank Charles Crouse

Valir Health Stacy Smith

Zerby Interests Terryl Zerby

Swanda Brothers, Inc. Chuck Cooley

Valliance Bank Brad Swickey

TAParchitecture Anthony McDermid, AIA, RIBA

Variety Care Foundation Andrew Rice

Teleflora Tom Butler

Vatterott College Chris Piatt

Terracon Consultants, Inc. Phil Wood

Vericrest Financial, Inc. Patrick Hickey

Tetra Tech Jonathan Heusel

Verizon Wireless Brandy Yeager

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YWCA Oklahoma City Janet Peery


BRONZE LEAD INVESTORS ($1,000 TO $2,999) AAA Oklahoma ACE Moving & Storage AIIM Capital Corporation APMEX, Inc. ATC Drivetrain, Inc. Accurate Laboratories, Inc. Acme Brick Company Aegis Food Testing Laboratories, Inc.

Braum’s Ice Cream & Dairy Stores Bravo Cucina Italiana Brewer and Associates

Davey Tree Surgery Co.

Medical Center

Hodges Trucking Company Dan Hogan Properties

CRG Laboratories

DeVry University & Keller Graduate School of Management

Camelot Roofing and Construction

Dick’s Sporting Goods Digestive Disease Specialists, Inc.

Hooters of Oklahoma City

Canada Company

Dodson Custom Homes

Yash Ent., Inc. DBA Howard Johnson Express

Duncan Oil Properties, Inc.

Hudiburg Chevrolet

Dunlevy Family, LLC

Independent Insurance Agents Association of Greater Oklahoma City, Inc.

Bricktown Brewery

Aero Tech Service Associates, Inc. Capital Distributing, LLC Cardinal Engineering, Inc. Allegiance Credit Union Allied Waste Services

Cassidy Financial Group, Inc.

EOG Resources, Inc.

Allstate Insurance Co. - Dumas & Dykstra Agency

Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, Inc.

Easter Seals Oklahoma

Celebrity Attractions

Electra Link, Inc.

Allstate Management

Center for Economic Development Law

Electro Enterprises

Central Mechanical Services, Inc.

Embassy Suites

America First Insurance American Parking American Prepared Foods, LLC American Quarter Horse Association Anheuser-Busch Sales of Oklahoma Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar Atlas General Contractors, LLC BAE Systems B & B Medical Services, Inc. BNSF Railway Balon Corp.

Heritage Trust Company

Dealers Auto Auction of OKC, Inc. HighMount Exploration & Production, LLC Department of Veterans Affairs

Elliott + Associates Architects

Holiday Inn Airport

InterBank INTRUST Bank, N.A. InvesTrust JRB Art at The Elms

Central Oklahoma Transportation Emrick’s Van & Storage Company, Jacobs General Contracting & Parking Authority KampCo Foods, LLC DBA Johnny Agent for Allied Van Lines Carino’s Country Italian Cheyenne Petroleum Company Enterprise Rent-A-Car Journey House - American Chickasaw Telecom, Inc. Equal Energy US, Inc. Express Travel The Children’s Center Eskridge Auto Group Kickapoo Casino Christ the King Catholic Church Everest Bros. Kyle Sweet & Associates, PC Cintas Corporation Evergreen Syndicate, LLC LASSO Corp. Circor Energy Products, Inc. FAA Credit Union Labor Ready Clements Foods Company FedEx Ground Lakeside Women’s Hospital Garden Club Firestone Complete Auto Care Langston Company Coldwell Banker Commercial First Commercial Bank Hocker & Associates Legacy at Arts Quarter

The Bank of Union

Comfort Keepers

First National Bank of Oklahoma

Legacy Cleaners & Laundry

Baptist Village Communities of Oklahoma City

Jackie Cooper BMW & MINI

Forest Building Materials

Levy Restaurants

Beatniks, Inc. DBA The Copa

Frontier City

LifeChurch.tv Central Offices

Basin Environmental and Safety Technologies

CoreVault

Galt Foundation

Lingo Construction

Becon Contracting, LLC

Corken, Inc.

Gerald L. Gamble Co., Inc.

liquidfish

Corporate Resource

Gensler

Cort Furniture Rental

Glazer’s Oklahoma

Little Caesars Pizza/Corporate Office

Courtyard by Marriott Oklahoma City Downtown / Bricktown

A Good Egg Dining Group

Logix Communications

Samuel Gordon Jewelers & Diamond Merchant

Long Wave, Inc. MA+ Architecture, LLC

Graftec Communications, Inc.

MacArthur Associated Consultants, LLC

Bedrock Contracting, Inc. Ben E. Keith Foods Best Western Barsana Hotels & Suites Big Sky Companies

Courtyard by Marriott / OKC Northwest

The Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma City

Critter Control / CC Home Services

Blanton Property Company

Crossings Community Church

Blue Bell Creameries, LP

Crowne Plaza Oklahoma City

Blue Spruce Incorporated DBA McDonald’s

Cypress Springs Alzheimer’s & Memory Support Residence

Blueknight Energy Partners

Cytovance Biologics

Hahn Appliance Warehouse

Blunck Studios, Inc.

dds Business Solutions

Halliburton Energy Services

Bolero Tapas Bar & Spanish Grill

DRC

Hampton Inn Yukon

Boomerang Car Wash

Dave and Buster’s

HealthBack Home Health

Grooms Irrigation Co. Grubb & Ellis | Levy Beffort Guckenheimer H & H Plumbing & Utilities, Inc. HEBCO, Inc.

Helmerich & Payne (H&P)

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The Mansion at Waterford The Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro Oklahoma City Marriott Hotel Mass Architects, Inc. Dean A. McGee Eye Institute Medley Material Handling, Inc. Medley / Turrentine & Associates Mercer Valve Co., Inc. Metro Appliances & More

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MIDCON Data Services, LLC Midlands Management Corporation Midwest Wrecking Company Miko Group, Inc. Miller-Tippens Construction Company, LLC Monarch Dental Associates Monnet Hayes Bullis Thompson & Edwards Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center - FAA Moore Norman Technology Center / Franklin Road Campus Mutual Assurance Administrators NAPA - Oklahoma City

Residence Inn by Marriott West

Twin Peaks

Oklahoma Office Systems, Inc.

Riviera Tanning Spa

Oklahoma Student Loan Authority

Rockwell Collins, Inc.

US Foods

Old Republic Title of Oklahoma

Ross Electric

OneDOC Managed Print Services, LLC Options Unlimited Counseling and Consultants Oral and Maxillofacial Associates, LLC

Panera Bread Bakery-Cafe

Pension Solutions, Inc.

Nestle’ Purina PetCare

Performance Technologies, LLC

Newman Development & Design

Perfusion Alliance, LLC

NewView Oklahoma

Perimeter Technology Center, LLC Petra Roofing Company

Nomac Drilling

Pharmacy Providers of Oklahoma (PPOK)

Nomaco, Inc.

Phillips Murrah, PC

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network

Pillar Hotels & Resorts Hospitality

OKC FRIDAY Newspaper Nichols Hills Publishing Co.

Pinnacle Design Group

Oak Tree Country Club

Pivot Concepts

Oklahoma Christian Schools, Inc. Oklahoma City Abstract & Title Co.

Salazar Roofing and Construction, Inc. Saratoga Roofing & Construction Schlumberger Oilfield Services

MG Novelty DBA Party Galaxy

Oklahoma Center for Implants & Periodontics

Rx Medical

Schlotzsky’s Fresh Catering

NCED Conference Center & Hotel

Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association

Russell Oil, Inc.

Ozarka Water & Coffee Service A Division of Eureka Water Company Park at Memorial

Objectstream, Inc.

Rogers Marvel Architects, PLLC

Osborne Electric Company

NBC Oklahoma

94.7 KBRU-96.1 KXXY-101.9 KTST-102.7 KJYO-1000 KTOK1340 The Game

Piper Valve Systems

Scott’s Printing & Copying 7-Eleven Stores Shawver & Son Inc. Sheraton Midwest City Hotel at The Reed Conference Center Smart Lines, LLC Smith & Nephew, Endoscopy Smith, Carney & Co., PC Smith Roberts Baldischwiler, LLC Sooner Traditions Southwest Orthopaedic & Reconstructive Specialists Southwestern Roofing & Metal Company, Inc.

United Mechanical, Inc. Veolia Water Vox Printing, Inc. WCA Waste Corporation W.R. Hess Company Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, #2877 Wal-Mart #622 Wal-Mart Supercenter #564 Wal-Mart Supercenter #1626 Wal-Mart Supercenter #2804 Walker Companies Warr Acres Nursing Center Bill Warren Office Products Warren CAT Washita Valley Enterprises, Inc. Waste Connections of Oklahoma Waste Management of Oklahoma, Inc. Water Taxi of Oklahoma Watermark at Quail North Wedgewood Village Apartments

Southwestern Stationery & Bank Supply, Inc.

Welch Floors, Inc.

The Spaghetti Warehouse

Western Concepts Restaurant Group

Standard Roofing Co., Inc.

WestEnergy

Wiggin Properties, LLC

PremierSource

Sterling Wines & Spirits Co.

Price Edwards & Company

Streets, Inc.

Windsor Hills Nursing Center

Producers Cooperative Oil Mill

Summit Condominiums

Professional Insurors Agency, LLC

Super 8 Bricktown / Downtown

Wyndham Garden Hotel Oklahoma City Airport

Progressive Stamping, LLC

TBS Factoring Service, LLC

Xerox Corporation

TMI Hospitality

Yellow Book USA

Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra

Quail Springs Mall

Quail Ridge Senior Development

Taco Cabana #426 Terex Roadbuilding

RCB Bank of Nichols Hills

Terry Neese Personnel Services Permanent & Temporary

Reeder General Contractors, Inc.

30A Home

Oklahoma Employees Credit Union

The Referral Center

Thunder Cab

Regent Bank

Tierra Media Group

Oklahoma Farm Bureau & Affiliates

Republic Bank & Trust

Today’s Roofing, Inc.

Republic National Distributing Company Oklahoma

Topographic, Inc.

The Reserve Petroleum Company

Triple Diamond Construction, LLC

Oklahoma Insurance Department

UniFirst Holdings, Inc.

Standard Testing and Engineering Company

Providence Place

Country Style Home Health DBA Oklahoma Healthcare Solutions

U.S. Cellular

Praxis Health Group

Oklahoma City Industrial & Cultural Facility Trust

Oklahoma Electrical Supply Company

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Oklahoma National Stockyards Company

Residence Inn by Marriott Downtown / Bricktown

Trammell Crow Company

21st Century Home Health Agency

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mercy.net

Choose a Mercy Clinic doctor and get a whole care team. At Mercy, caring for you is a team effort. And while your Mercy Clinic primary care doctor is at the center of it, there’s a broad range of care specialists and advanced practitioners also focused on responding to your needs. These highly-trained professionals are linked by your electronic health record, enabling collaboration and a better understanding of your needs as they work together for you. Welcome to a better way to provide care. Welcome to Mercy Clinic. Find your Mercy Clinic physician at mercy.net.

Pictured left to right:

Dr. Jeanie Klabzuba, Family Medicine Dr. Jeff Sabine, Family Medicine Dr. Jesse Campbell, Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Dr. Merl Simmons, Pediatrics Dr. Vikki Canfield, Medical Oncology/Hematology Dr. Terrill Hulson, Family Medicine Dr. Laurie Orme, Internal Medicine/Pediatrics


2013 Legislative Guide