Oklahoma Republican Party


Oklahoma Republican Party
Republican Party
Chairperson Matt Pinnell
Senate Leader Brian Bingman
(Sapulpa)
House Leader Kris Steele
(Shawnee)
Founded 1907
Headquarters Dewey F. Barlett Center
4031 N. Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Ideology Social conservatism,
Fiscal conservatism,
Economic liberalism,
Libertarian conservatism
Unofficial colors Red
Political position Fiscal: Center-right
Social: Center-right
Seats in the US Senate
2 / 2
Seats in the US House
4 / 5
Oklahoma statewide offices held
11 / 11
Seats in the OK Senate
32 / 48
Seats in the OK House
70 / 101
Website
Oklahoma Republican Party
Politics of Oklahoma
Elections

The Oklahoma Republican Party is a political party affiliated with the United States Republican Party (GOP). Along with the Oklahoma Democratic Party, it is one of the two major parties in Oklahoma politics.

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History

The Oklahoma Republican Party takes its roots from the territorial period.

Political ideology and platform

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Voter base

Republican voters in Oklahoma tend to be Christian social conservatives, and they tend to be from rural and suburban communities outside of Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

Headquarters and leadership

The headquarters of the Oklahoma Republican Party is located at 4031 North Lincoln Boulevard in Oklahoma City. Matt Pinnell is the 37th and current party chairman. He was first elected on April 14, 2007.

Famous Oklahoma Republicans

Current elected officials

The Oklahoma Republican Party controls all 12 statewide offices and holds supermajorities in both the Oklahoma Senate and the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Republicans also hold both of the state's U.S. Senate seats and four of the state's five U.S. House seats.

Members of Congress

U.S. Senate

  • James Inhofe
  • Dr. Tom Coburn

U.S. House of Representatives

Statewide offices

Legislative leadership

City officials

See also

References


External links


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