|Oklahoma State Senator|
November 17, 2004 – November 22, 2016
|Preceded by||Charles Ford|
|Succeeded by||Joe Newhouse|
|Constituency||25th Senate District|
|Children||Maria, Caleb, Carissa, Mykela, Jackson.|
|Alma mater||George Mason University|
|Website||Senator Mazzei's Senate Website|
Mazzei was elected by an overwhelming majority in a five-person Republican primary in 2004. The Democratic Party did not field a candidate and no independent or third-party candidate filed for the general election; thus, the primary win resulted in his election to the Oklahoma Senate.
Mazzei faced no opposition in his 2008 election bid.
In his personal profession, Mike Mazzei, CFP, is the president of Tulsa Wealth Advisors in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He created The Financial Freedom Process(r) to help individuals leverage their wealth in order to achieve their lifetime visions. He enjoys helping retirees and entrepreneurs develop comprehensive life, financial and investment strategies that enable them to reach greater success, enjoy life to the fullest and leave lasting legacies.
Senator Mazzei is a graduate of George Mason University and the College for Financial Planning, and is a member of the Financial Planners Association. Mike belongs to Asbury United Methodist Church and serves on the board for The Salvation Army.
Mazzei was appointed as Co-Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee in 2006 and re-appointed as the sole Chairman upon the Republican Majority election in 2008. He was also named to serve as a Republican Assistant Floor Leader in the Oklahoma State Senate in 2007, and in 2008 was elected to serve as Assistant Majority Floor Leader.
|Mike Mazzei||Republican Party||6,374||61.61%|
|Joan King Hastings||Republican Party||1,611||15.57%|
|Doug Gorman||Republican Party||1,433||13.85%|
|Dennis Loudermilk||Republican Party||788||7.62%|
|Fran Moghaddam||Republican Party||139||1.34%|
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