House of Representatives

Representative Grau, Randy
District 81 -  Republican

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Capitol Address:
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Room  330
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 557-7360
Legislative Assistant:
Chris Coulter*
(405) 557-7360
* Providing Interim Coverage

Measures Authored 2016

Measures Authored 2015

News Stories: 2015-16

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Judiciary & Civil Procedure, Chair
Alcohol, Tobacco & Controlled Substances
A&B Judiciary
Criminal Justice & Corrections

District Information

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County(s) Represented in District


Municipality(s) Represented in District

Edmond, Oklahoma City

Zipcode(s) Represented in District

73003, 73013, 73034, 73114, 73131

Year Elected

Year: 2011

Term Limited

Year: 2022

Biographical Information

Randy Grau is serving his second term as the state Representative for Oklahoma House District 81, which includes Edmond and North Oklahoma City. District 81 is home to the University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma Christian University, downtown Edmond, and Edmond Memorial High School. Randy grew up in District 81. His legislative accomplishments include numerous measures to improve government accountability and efficiency, including the Oklahoma Regional Jail Act. During his first term (2010-2012), the Governor signed thirteen of his bills into law. Randy serves currently as an Assistant Majority Floor Leader and the Vice-chairman of the Appropriations and Budget Subcommittee on Higher Education.

Randy works as an attorney with the Oklahoma City firm of Cheek and Falcone, where he helps clients protect and grow their businesses. He has been an attorney since 2001, concentrating in the areas of business, insurance, and commercial law.

From 2007 to 2010, Randy served as a Deputy County Commissioner for Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, in the office of Commissioner Ray Vaughn, District 3. As Deputy Commissioner, he assisted in the administration and development of public policy for a county of over 700,000 residents. Randy lead the effort to establish the first Oklahoma County road assessment district, which helped citizens rebuild a private road and bring it to County standards. He helped to oversee the administration of the County-owned Tinker Aerospace Complex, which is the former General Motors Plant, and he assisted in obtaining the facility for use by the Air Force.

The Business Times of Edmond named Randy one of the “Top 20 Under 40” in 2012. In 2006, Randy won the statewide Oklahoma Bar Association Earl Sneed Award for outstanding contribution to continuing legal education. In 2007, the OBA selected Randy to represent Oklahoma as a delegate to the Czech Republic to encourage schoolchildren to participate in government and their community. Randy frequently speaks at seminars and writes articles regarding legal ethics and professionalism. Randy served two terms as a member of the OBA Young Lawyers Division Board of Directors, and has been a long-time volunteer for Oklahoma Lawyers for Children where he represents abused and neglected children.

Randy graduated with highest honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2001, where he was a Comfort Scholar, a member of the Order of the Coif and Order of the Barristers won numerous academic and advocacy awards, and taught legal research and writing. He graduated magna cum laude from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, where he received a degree in Telecommunications and Religion and helped establish a service fraternity. Randy graduated as senior class president and valedictorian of Edmond Memorial High School.

Randy is married to Dr. Renee Grau, a dermatologist practicing in Oklahoma City. They have two sons, Reagan, born 2008, and Roman, born 2011. They are active members and Sunday school teachers at Quail Springs Church of Christ. He enjoys running, weightlifting, music, theater, and travel. In August 2009, he climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania to raise money for a Rwandan school.


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