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Re-Elect on Tuesday, November 8, 2022

  • Advanced a $132MM economic development investment to revitalize the Woodland Hills Mall area by bringing Scheels Sporting Goods to Oklahoma

  • Secured $35MM for street repairs, reconstruction, and widening projects right here in District 7.

  • Increased communications with constituents utilizing social media, email blasts, virtual and in-person meetings.

  • Passed balanced, responsible budgets year after year

  • Continued to fully fund public safety including expanded recruitment and training plus $8.6MM in pay raises and salary adjustments for police officers and more than $12MM in equipment purchases and capital needs.

  • Expanded funding for the Community Response Team to respond to mental health crisis calls.

  • Negotiated rezoning efforts on key projects between constituents and developers across District 7.

  • Accelerated revitalization of commercial corridors and growth through redevelopment and rezoning.

  • Approved funding for renovation and expansion of Tulsa Animal Welfare services.

  • Championed quality, affordable housing for our families and seniors through direct action and policy work.

  • Supported funding for small businesses growth and sustainability.

  • Protected the health, safety and welfare of citizens throughout the pandemic.

  • Reformed the permitting process to help businesses launch, grow, and thrive.

  • Announced a public-private partnership to build a new 60-acre park in southeast Tulsa.

  • Increased intergovernmental relations with county, state, federal and tribal officials.

  • Serves the citizens of Tulsa on the Tulsa Center for Performing Arts Trust and Vision Arts Grants Committee.

  • Leads the Council as 2022 Chairwoman.

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