Mark Allen (politician)
|Member of the Oklahoma Senate|
from the 4th district
|Assumed office |
|Preceded by||Kenneth Corn|
According to his campaign website, Allen is the owner of Allen Rathole, Inc. a family-owned business specializing in oil field service.
Mark Allen began his first term as a state senator in 2010. He has been an advocate for open carry and voted in favor of the current open carry law in Oklahoma.
Allen was among 14 Republicans who signed a pledge to vote against further bond issues for an Oklahoma City-based museum featuring Native American art.
He currently serves as the vice chair of the Senate Transportation Committee and a member of three other committees.
|Mark Allen||Republican Party||1,526||78.90%|
|Tom Lannigan||Republican Party||408||21.10%|
|Mark Allen||Republican Party||9,974||51.35%|
|Neil Brannon||Democratic Party||9,451||48.65%|
- ElectMarkAllen.com Archived 2010-09-28 at the Wayback Machine
- Open carry bill is sent to Fallin, Tulsa World, May 11, 2012 (accessed April 10, 2013)
- Oklahoma Native American Cultural Center faces fight, Tulsa World, May 18, 2012 (accessed April 10, 2013)
- Oklahoma Senate Archived 2013-07-09 at the Wayback Machine (accessed April 10, 2013).
- Election Results
- General Election Results
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