Representative Randy Randleman

Hi, I'm Randy Randleman and I represent the people of Oklahoma's 15th District.


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Oct 5, 2023
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STATEMENT: Olsen, Randleman Comment on Corporal Punishment Interim Study

Reps. Jim Olsen, R-Roland, and Randy Randleman, R-Eufaula, today released a statement in reaction to an interim study Thursday afternoon regarding the use of corporal punishment against students with disabilities in Oklahoma public schools. "We observed an interim study that contained much information to support the elimination of corporal punishment in Oklahoma schools, but we were disappointed to see that it was rather one-sided without an opportunity for anybody with opposing viewpoints to present." Olsen pointed to numerous passages in the Bible he said clearly endorsed corporal punishment as a part of proper child training, including Hebrews 12:11, which states, "Now no chastening for the present seemeth to be joyous, but grievous: nevertheless afterword it yieldeth the peaceable fruit of righteousness unto them which are exercised thereby." "It's best to take God at His Word and do things His way," Olsen said. "When we do, things turn out much better."

Feb 7, 2023

Legislators, Pro-Life Organizations Defend Oklahoma's Abortion Laws

OKLAHOMA CITY – Today a bicameral group of legislators, together with numerous pro-life organizations, released the following statement in support of Oklahoma's current abortion laws. "Oklahoma is blessed to have the most comprehensive laws in the country to protect our unborn babies. We intend to defend our current laws as they stand, with the only allowed exception being to save the life of the mother. There is nothing more important than defending innocent life. The push to allow exceptions may come across as rooted in compassion for difficult circumstances, but at the end of the day, any additional exceptions would only take away innocent lives. There is no gray area when the issue is defending life. Each and every child has a right to life." The above statement is supported by the following legislators and organizations: Rep. Chris Banning (R-Bixby) Rep. Brad Boles (R-Marlow) Rep. Eddy Dempsey (R-Valliant) Rep. Collin Duel (R-Guthrie) Rep. Tom Gann (R-Inola) Rep. David Hardin (R-Stilwell) Rep. Justin Humphrey (R-Lane) Rep. John Kane (R-Bartlesville) Rep. Cody Maynard (R-Durant) Rep. Jim Olsen (R-Roland) Rep. Randy Randleman (R-Eufaula) Rep. Clay Staires (R-Skiatook) Rep. Kevin West (R-Moore) Rep. Rick West (R-Heavener) Rep. Danny Williams (R-Seminole) Rep. Max Wolfley (R-Oklahoma City) Sen. Micheal Bergstrom (R-Adair) Sen. David Bullard (R-Durant) Sen. George Burns (R-Pollard) Sen. Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) Sen. Warren Hamilton (R-McCurtain) Sen. Shane Jett (R-Shawnee) Sen. Roland Pederson (R-Burlington) Sen. Blake Stephens (R-Tahlequah) Students for Life Action OCPAC City Elders Oklahoma Second Amendment Association  The First Session of the 59th Legislature began Monday, February 6.

Dec 14, 2022

Randleman Requests Bill on School Athletics

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Rep. Randy Randleman Phone: (405) 557-7375 Rep. Randy Randleman, R-Eufaula, announced today his plans to file a bill requiring the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activity Association (OSSAA) or other entities organizing secondary school athletics and activities competitions at the state level to develop a more fair system between all restricted and unrestricted enrollment schools. Randleman heard from many superintendents who believe the current system to be unfair because private schools can turn down students, whereas public schools take each student that appears on their enrollment. ""Historically, there are many more private school that make the quarter finals, semi-finals and finals in basketball and football than public schools,"" Randleman said. ""The goal of this bill is to help organize a playoff system that was more individualized and fair to all our students."" Under the bill, all schools would be separated by the total number of students and whether they have restricted or unrestricted enrollment. Randleman said the bill would not remove anyone from the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activity Association. Randleman thanked Stroud High School's Coach Chris Elerick, Stroud Public School Superintendent Joe Van Tuyl and Stigler Public Schools Superintendent David Morgan for their work to bring this issue to his attention. ""Oklahoma's high school athletics are exciting and we've produced many outstanding athletes,"" Randleman said. ""It should be everyone's goal to ensure competition is held at an equal level.""