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Oklahoma House District 66

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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  • Greg Laird

  • Jadine Nollan

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Campaign Address po box 52043
Tulsa, OK 74152
Education Oklahoma City University, B.S. 1993 Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. 1998
Professional Experience Gregory W. Laird PC 2000-2009 Laird Hammons Laird PC 2009-2012 Gregory W. Laird PC 2012-2018 Tulsa County Public Defender's Office 2018-Present
Campaign Email
Campaign Phone (918) 955-2626
Twitter @greglaird2020
About two years ago I decided to close my law practice and go to work at the Tulsa County Public Defender's Office. From my experience as a public defender I came to see the injustice in our criminal justice system. Moreover, I realized the majority of our current representatives have no experience in the criminal justice system and I could bring a reasoned perspective to the legislature. Additionally, I have been upset for years with the fact that our state is always at the bottom of the pack in education. I believe that education is the cornerstone to a productive society and we need to do more as a state for our public school educators.
Criminal justice reform. Education reform. Health Care reform. The homeless problem in Tulsa. Legalization of recreational marijuana.
I have spent the last twenty plus years of my life solving people's problems. As an attorney, whenever someone comes into my office they come in because something has gone awry in their life. It has been my job to think outside of the box and come up with a viable solution. Now, more than ever, we need intelligent and caring people in our government. The pandemic has created a worldwide dilemma and Oklahoma has not avoided it's touch. I am the best person for the job because I will come up with ideas and solutions to the many new problems our state government will face in the years to come.
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