Luttrell To Serve Another Term

Mike Seals - April 21, 2020 10:21 pm

State Representative Ken Luttrell, (R} Ponca City, prevailed Tuesday at the contest of candidacy hearings before the State Election Board in Oklahoma City

His challenger, Shawn Wilson of Blackwell, was determined not to be a resident of or a registered voter in District 37 and therefore ineligible to run against Luttrell.

“I am honored and humbled by the confidence the District has placed in me to be the voice for you and your families. I pledge to continue fighting for the values, concerns and issues that are important to rural Oklahomans. As we stand strong and united during these uncertain difficult times, be assured my office is available to assist you in any way we can. We will get through this together,” Luttrell said.

Representative Luttrell currently serves as Vice Chairman of Appropriations and Budgets for Non-appropriated Agencies, the Energy and Natural Resources, Higher Ed and Career Tech and Veterans Affairs Committees. He serves as the Co-chair of the House Native American Caucus, on the Board of Directors for the Council for Legislative Energy and Environmental Research and as one of Oklahoma’s appointees to The Energy Council.

 

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