Committee Assignments Announced for Tulsa Democratic State Reps


1/14/2019 11:21:00 AM

Contact: Wes Carter, Press Secretary
Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus
Phone: (405)962-7674

 

Committee Assignments Announced for Tulsa Democratic State Reps

 

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus received their House committee assignments for the upcoming session last Thursday. 

Tulsa has six representatives in the Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus. Each of them are set to serve on four different committees or subcommittees in the upcoming session. 

Melissa Provenzano, D-Tulsa, is serving her first term in the Oklahoma House of Representatives. A former educator, Provenzano hopes to use her role on the House Common Education Committee to better Oklahoma’s education outcomes. 

“As a 14-year educator, I have been to the front lines of Oklahoma’s education crisis,” Provenzano said. “I plan on using my experience as an administrator and classroom teacher to help create and support education policy that respects both teachers and students.”

In total, the Tulsa delegation of Democrats will serve on 18 different House committees and subcommittees:

 

Meloyde Blancett, D-Tulsa, District 78

Business and Commerce

Health Services & Long-Term Care

Tourism

A&B Health Subcommittee

Denise Brewer, District 71

Agriculture & Rural Development

Government Efficiency

A&B Non-Appropriated Agencies Subcommittee

A&B Public Safety Subcommittee

Regina Goodwin, D-Tulsa, District 73

Appropriations & Budget

Business & Commerce

Higher Education & Career Tech

Public Health

Monroe Nichols, D-Tulsa, District 72

Appropriations & Budget

Energy & Natural Resources

Government Efficiency

Transportation

Melissa Provenzano, District 79

Common Education

Children, Youth & Family Services

A&B Public Safety Subcommittee

A&B Non-Appropriated Agencies Subcommittee

John Waldron, District 77

Common Education

Wildlife

A&B Judiciary Subcommittee

A&B Transportation Subcommittee

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