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Oklahoma House District 100

The state of Oklahoma has 101 state House districts. Each district elects one representative. All 101 seats are up for election in 2020, with a primary to be held on June 30, a runoff (if necessary) on August 25 and the general election on November 3.The Oklahoma House of Representatives is the lower chamber of the Oklahoma State Legislature. Together with the Oklahoma State Senate, they form a legislative branch of the Oklahoma state government and work directly with the governor of Oklahoma to create laws and establish a state budget. The Oklahoma House of Representatives authority includes legislation on public policy matters, setting levels for state spending, raising and lowering taxes, and voting to uphold or override gubernatorial vetoes. Oklahoma state representatives serve two-year terms and are limited to a total of 12 years of cumulative service in the House and Senate. They are scheduled to receive a pay increase in November 2020, from $35,021 to $47,500 annually. When the legislature is in session, they also receive a $156 daily "per diem" allowance. Members of the House of Representatives must be twenty-one years of age at the time of their election. They must be qualified electors in their respective counties or districts and must live in those counties or districts during their term of office.

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    Summer Wesley

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Campaign Address PO Box 927
Bethany, OK 73008
Education Juris Doctor, 2013 Master’s of Arts in Native America Studies, 2013 Master’s of Arts in Administrative Leadership, 2008 Bachelor of Liberal Studies, 2005
Professional Experience Summer Wesley is a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and a dedicated community advocate, dynamic public speaker, and driven entrepreneur. She spent many years as a social worker and graduated law school from the University of Oklahoma (2013), before founding, Hopoksia, LLC; a company providing educational presentations and diversity and inclusion trainings to organizations; mediation services for parties in civil legal matters; as well as research, writing, editing, and social media management services. ​ In 2016, Summer was honored for her dedication to community advocacy and service by being given the Norman's Human Rights Award and being named one of Cleveland County's 2017 Women of Influence. The Journal Record named Summer a member of their 2018 class of "Achievers Under 40". Her passion lies in community-building and empowering others.
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Twitter @summerforhd100
Volunteer Service Summer serves on the Board of Directors for three community organizations: Live Indigenous OK, which addresses policy and social justice issues in Indigenous communities; Matriarch, a non-profit program that focuses on empowering Native women; and the Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company, which envisions a thriving, vibrant and sustainable creative space that gives voice and presence on stage to indigenous culture. She also donates her time reviewing child welfare cases for compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act, as part of the ICWA Post Adjudication Review Board.
Summer is running because she believes Oklahomans have been waiting far too long to have a government that works for the people. Summer has dedicated her career to advocating for the needs of children and families, and she will be a leader in the fight to restore funding to public education and core services.
For far too long, Oklahomans have been waiting for the public schools and core services they deserve. Summer will work tirelessly to give everyday Oklahomans a government that works for them.

As a mom, Summer wants only the best for her kids and yours. She will fight for education funding to ensure that all Oklahomans have access to a high quality public education, higher education, and career tech.

Through her years of experience in social work, Summer has seen firsthand the suffering caused by lack of access to healthcare, mental health, and substance abuse treatment. She fully supports measures that will bring Oklahoma tax dollars back to us to expand our Medicaid program & provide healthcare to thousands of Oklahomans.

Summer will advocate for additional education funding to provide opportunities for job retraining programs to put unemployed Oklahomans back to work in the jobs of the future and build a healthy, diversified economy.
The best person for the job is one that will listen & advocate for the people, not according to only party loyalty. That person is Summer.