Representative Schwartz, Colby
District 43 - Republican
County(s) Represented in District
Municipality(s) Represented in District
Oklahoma City, Yukon city
Zipcode(s) Represented in District
State Representative Colby Schwartz was first elected to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in November of 2006. He was re-elected without opposition in 2008 and 2012, and received 81% of the vote in 2010 during his most recent campaign. The district is completely within the borders of Canadian County, including the communities of Yukon and Mustang.
Colby is a lifelong resident of Canadian County, and graduate of Yukon High School. In 2003 he married Brenda Black who also is a graduate of Yukon High School. Colby and his wife have two daughters, Campbell, 9 years old, and Harper, 5 years old. They attend LifeChurch in Yukon and are active members in their community.
In 1999 Colby was hired by Mary Fallin to serve as her Legislative and Constituent Liaison in the Office of Lieutenant Governor. He worked closely with Lt. Governor Fallin as she traveled the state promoting Oklahoma. He left her office for an opportunity in the private sector in 2001. Over the next six years Rep. Schwartz gained sales and marketing experience as a sales representative in the pharmaceutical industry.
B.A., Political Science, Oklahoma City University, 1995
Colby currently operates his own healthcare consulting firm, where he specializes in the liability insurance market.
Colby’s current position within the House of Representatives includes Chairman of the Utility and Environmental Regulation Committee as well as being a member of the Appropriations and Budget Committee, Energy and Aerospace Committee, and Insurance Committee.
Chairman, Canadian County Republican Party, 2000-2006
Board Member, Oklahoma Republican Party Budget Committee
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Canadian County Republican Party
Leadership Canadian County
American Legislative Exchange Council
2004 Presidential Elector, State of Oklahoma
2006 Canadian County Republican Party “Volunteer of the Year”
House of Representatives, 51st Legislature to present