Lankford Senate

Faithful, Conservative Leader

James Lankford has fought for Oklahoma farmers and many of them are standing with him in the fight for personal freedom. James believes the basic conservative value of personal freedom translates seamlessly into policies on agriculture. Oklahomans who have worked on our state’s soil for generations should be able to make decisions on their own land and in their own communities.

As a part of Lankford’s commitment to a small and limited federal government, he advocates for removing excessive or duplicative federal regulations on agriculture. Among these are federal burdens like fuel tank storage restrictions, the endangered species act, grain storage inspections on family farms, interstate farm truck rules, dust particulate regulations and youth labor restrictions.

Lankford authored a bill that has been supported by the Oklahoma Farm Bureau which reforms the scope of federal regulations on farm truck weights, easing the burden on farmers and ranchers. Along with his colleagues in the Oklahoma House delegation, Lankford has supported responsible Farm Bill legislation.

  • Alan & Mary Barton, Wilken, OK
  • Alan Jett, Laverne, OK (Oklahoma Farm Bureau Board Member)
  • Alicia Golden, Midwest City, OK
  • Alyson Jett, Laverne, OK
  • Amanda Frantz, Balko, OK
  • Barbara Esbenshade, Colbert, OK
  • Ben Keel, Norman, OK
  • Bradford Henderson, Broken Arrow, OK
  • Brandy Silk, Beckham Co., OK
  • Brian Silk, Beckham Co., OK
  • Charles Pearson, Webbers Falls, OK
  • Chris Hitch, Guymon, OK
  • Clay And Melissa Hibbard, Adair, OK
  • Clint Wilcox, Fairview, OK
  • Dale Moore, Gage, OK
  • Danny Robbins, Altus, OK,
  • Dean Goll, Alva, OK
  • Derrick Thomas, Alva, OK
  • Ellen Driskill, Walters, OK
  • Frederick Drummond, Pawhuska, OK Amy Truitt, Seminole, OK
  • Gary Crawley, Pittsburg Co., OK (Oklahoma Farm Bureau Board Member)
  • Gene Hall, Cushing, OK
  • Gordon Buckner, Kingfisher Co., OK
  • Gary Crawley, Pittsburg Co., OK (Oklahoma Farm Bureau Board Member)
  • Gene Hall, Cushing, OK
  • Gordon Buckner, Kingfisher Co., OK
  • Holly Murray, Edmond, OK
  • Hugh Branscum, Kingfisher Co., OK
  • James Fuser, Afton, OK
  • Jane Best, Muskogee, OK
  • Jason Frantz, Balko, OK
  • Jeaenetta West, Hendrix, OK
  • Jeremiah Jones, Del City, OK
  • Jim Briten, Cushing, OK
  • Jim Esbenshade, Colbert, OK
  • Jim Freeman, Guthrie, OK
  • Jimmie Ritchie, Tulsa, OK
  • Jimmy Kinder, Cotton Co., OK (Oklahoma Farm Bureau Board Member)
  • Jody Reeder, Ada, OK
  • John May, Yukon, OK
  • John Williamson, Oklahoma City, OK
  • Josh Emerson, Checotah, OK
  • Kim Emerson, Checotah, OK
  • Matt Muller, Altus, OK
  • Michaela Morales, Carnegie, OK
  • Monte Tucker, Sweetwater, OK
  • Morris Farrar, Kingfisher Co., OK
  • Pat Pester, Okeene, OK
  • Patricia McNitt, Edmond, OK
  • Phil Richardson, Minco, OK (Former State House Rep. & Chairman of the Ag Committee)
  • Phil Richardson, Minco, OK (Former State House Rep. & Chairman of the Ag Committee)
  • Phyllis Holcomb, Kellyville, OK (Oklahoma Farm Bureau Board Member)
  • Randy Briscoe, Kingfisher Co., OK
  • Randy Holsted, Washita Co., OK
  • Rev/Dr Michael Jones, Haltom City, TX
  • Richard & Jackie Markin, Olive, Ok
  • Richard Hinson, Mountain Park, OK
  • Richard Reynolds, Kingfisher, Ok
  • Riley Pagett, Washington, DC
  • Robert & Robin Toole, Edmond, OK
  • Roger West, Hendrix, OK (Past President of the Oklahoma Dairy   Association)
  • Roland Pederson, Alfalfa Co., OK (Oklahoma Farm Bureau Board Member)
  • Rusty Daniel, Coleman, OK
  • Ryan Sproul, Afton, OK
  • Scott Bollenbach, Kingfisher Co., OK
  • Sheila Emerson, Oklahoma City, OK
  • Stephanie Daniel, Coleman, OK
  • Tom Buchanan, Altus, OK (President, Oklahoma Farm Bureau)
  • Tom Holcomb, Kellyville, OK
  • Tim & Jentri Guinn, Portrt, OK
  • Travis Battles, Chelsea, OK
  • Vincent Palecek, Enid, OK
  • Zack Harris, Altus, OK