Patrick Anderson (Oklahoma politician)

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Patrick Anderson
Oklahoma State Senator
In office
November 17, 2004 – November 22, 2016
Preceded by Robert Milacek
Succeeded by Roland Pederson
Constituency 19th Senate District
Personal details
Born Feb 6, 1969
Enid, Oklahoma
Political party Republican
Residence Enid, Oklahoma
Website Senator Anderson's Senate Website

Patrick Anderson (born May 9, 1967) is a Republican United States politician from the U.S. state of Oklahoma. He was elected to the Oklahoma Senate in 2004 and was re-elected in 2008 and 2012 by virtue of having no opponents file against him. He was forced to leave the Oklahoma Senate in November, 2016 because of Constitutional Term Limits.

Senate Committees[edit]

Senator Anderson served on Agriculture, Retirement & Insurance, Rules and Tourism and Wildlife.

Positions[edit]

Senator Anderson has stated that he opposes the legalization of medical marijuana in Oklahoma. In a statement in the Enid News and Eagle Senator Anderson asserts that legalization is "not worth it".[1]

Election results[edit]

November 2, 2004, Election results for Oklahoma State Senator for District 19
Candidates Party Votes %
PATRICK ANDERSON Republican Party 19,426 67.76%
JIM STATES Democratic Party 9,244 32.24%
Source: [1]

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