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House Republicans Elect Leadership for 57th Legislature

House Republicans Elect Leadership for 57th Legislature

23rd&Lincoln.com
Oklahoma House of Representatives
Office of the Speaker

November 14, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – The House Republican Caucus today elected its leadership for the 57th Legislature and re-affirmed state Rep. Charles A. McCall as their choice for House Speaker-elect.

Speaker-elect McCall served as Speaker during the 56th Legislature and was elected by the caucus in May as House Speaker-designate for the 57th Legislature. Today’s election gave the 37 new Republican House members an opportunity to vote on leadership.

“I am grateful that my colleagues have confidence in me to lead this chamber,” said McCall, R-Atoka, who ran unopposed for the position. “We just emerged from a challenging time with great success, and I am hopeful that better economic times are ahead. The House is the chamber closest to the people, and our lawmakers have spent the last six months on the doorsteps and in town halls hearing directly from citizens. I am confident the House has a great understanding of what issues are important to the citizens of our great state. Voters just gave our caucus the largest Republican super majority in state history. I believe this is evidence that Oklahomans continue to trust our members to lead and solve the state’s problems. The upcoming session will present its own unique challenges, but I am confident that we can all work together to move our state forward.”

The Republican caucus also elected several top leadership positions today... FULL ARTICLE

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