Marlow, OK– Representative Brad Boles (Republican) has announced his re-election campaign to continue representing House District 51 in the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Brad was first elected in March 2018 during a special election.
“I am proud to represent Grady, McClain, and Stephens Counties in the State House,” says Boles. “We’ve made a lot of progress during these first two years, but we still have more work to do. Especially during challenging times like these, I will continue fighting on behalf of House District 51 to
find real solutions that will move our state forward.”
During this time of national crisis, Brad Boles has been in constant communication with constituents with daily updates regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and has been actively helping District 51 residents and business owners with answering questions and concerns. He is dedicated to protecting
the health of our community as well as mitigating the economic impact.
“We’re taking this pandemic very seriously in Oklahoma,” says Boles. “I believe it is important to look at every possible scenario we can to best take care of our small businesses, working families, and vulnerable populations. This has changed the way I will have to run my campaign, but health and safety
is always my first priority.”
Brad Boles has considerable experience in public service and has proven he can work effectively towards results. He is currently in his 2 nd year as the Chairman of the County and Municipal Government Committee for the Oklahoma House of Representatives, which considers bills related to legislation
associated with county and municipal government. Before serving in the State Legislature, Brad previously served as the Mayor of Marlow for 4 years and on the Marlow School Board. He is also a
business executive and small business owner in House District 51 that employs many Oklahomans.
Brad will use his next term to continue focusing on economic development and recovery after the COVID-19 crisis. Additionally, he will work on improving our rural healthcare system, supporting
education, protecting the 2 nd amendment, defending the unborn, supporting the agriculture industry and improving our infrastructure.