As I come to the end of my tenure in the state Legislature, I’m not saying goodbye, but rather see you later.
Even though term limits restrict me to 12 years in this office that does not mean I will stop serving the needs of people in House District 59 or in our great state of Oklahoma.
Serving as a state representative for my home district has been the pinnacle of my public service career – something I wanted to do since I was a boy. I can look back over legislation I fought for over the past 12 years and be proud of the work I was able to accomplish that leaves our district in a better position that when I first ran for office in 2008.
One of the most visible signs of success are the orange traffic cones and road construction signs throughout our House district. While these may prove a temporary inconvenience for drivers, they mean safer roads for our citizens and ease of commerce to boost our local economies. That is a win for our district and something I fought for my entire legislative career.
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