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|Member of the Oklahoma Senate
from the 6th district
|Preceded by||Jay Paul Gumm|
June 19, 1979 |
|Children||Micah, Mikayla, Colt|
|Alma mater||Oklahoma State University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University|
Josh Brecheen is an American politician from the U.S. state of Oklahoma. He currently serves in the Oklahoma Senate, representing the 6th district, which includes parts of Atoka, Bryan, Coal, Johnston, Marshall counties.
Brecheen attended Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, until he was elected as the state National FFA Organization president  in April 1997. After retiring from the FFA, he graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2002 with a dual degree in animal science and agricultural communications.
He owns a motivational speaking business, called Brecheen Keynotes and Seminars.
Brecheen was elected to the Senate in 2010.
He serves on the Education, Judiciary, Retirement and Insurance, and the Rules committee in the Senate, as well as the Appropriations Subcommittee on Education.
Brecheen has repeatedly introduced legislation into the state house that would, in effect, promote the teaching of religious views of creation in tax-payer funded public schools (). These efforts have, to date, been unsuccessful.
|Democratic||Joe B. Hill||7,888||44.5%|
|Independent||Vicki J. Gaylor||339||1.9%|
|Democratic||Jay Paul Gumm||8,925||43.23%|
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Jay Paul Gumm
|Member of the Oklahoma Senate from the 6th District
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