House of Representatives

Representative Scott, Seneca
District 72 -  Democrat

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Capitol Address:
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Room  510
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 557-7391
Legislative Assistant:
Jacklyn Brink Rosen*
(405) 557-7391
* Providing Interim Coverage
District Address:
PO Box 1414
Tulsa, OK 74101

Measures Authored 2016

Measures Authored 2015

News Stories: 2015-16


A&B Natural Resources & Regulatory Services
Energy & Natural Resources
Government Oversight & Accountability
State & Federal Relations

District Information

Click here to view the member's full district 72 map.

County(s) Represented in District


Municipality(s) Represented in District

Owasso, Sperry, Tulsa, Turley

Zipcode(s) Represented in District

74055, 74073, 74104, 74110, 74112, 74115, 74117, 74120, 74126, 74130

Year Elected

Year: 2009

Term Limited

Year: 2020

Biographical Information

Seneca Scott, first elected to the Oklahoma State House of Representatives District 72 in 2008, is a fifth generation Oklahoman. Born in Enid, Oklahoma, Seneca is the son of Robert- Mike Scott(of Oklahoma City) and Rita Kay Scott (McAlester) of the Choctaw Nation. Proud to Co-Chair the Native American Legislative Caucus, and serve on the Natural Resources Appropriations/Budget and Energy Committees. Named to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Leadership For Healthy Communities, Seneca has worked on increased access to healthcare and grocery stores being elected. Prior to elected office he worked in energy sector services and community service aimed at improving neighborhoods and planning. Seneca is the proud father of daughter Harper Dee and son Robert Clay Scott.


B.A. in History/Native American Studies, University of Oklahoma


Service Clearing Co. - Energy Management


Human Services Committee, House Democratic Advisor
Health Care Workforce Resources Board, Board Member
Oklahoma Catastrophic Health Emergency Planning Task Force
Joint Special Committee on International Development
Joint Legislative Task Force on the Grand River Dam Authority


Oklahoma Sustainability Network - Board of Directors
Springdale Economic Development Council - Board of Directors
Kendall-Whittier Task Force - Board of Directors
Turley Community Association - Board of Directors
OU Specialty Clinic - Advisory Board
Kendall-Whittier Beautification Committee - Member
Kendall-Whittier Neighborhood Association - Member
North Tulsa Rotary Club - Member
Oklahoma Academy for State Goals - Member
Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry's Committee against Racism - Member
Young Professionals of the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce - Member
Choctaw Nation - Member
House Native American Caucus


Recipient of the 2014 Opio Toure Courageous Legislator Award


House of Representatives, 52nd Legislature to present