Erick Wyatt announces Republican bid for Oklahoma State House District 21

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KINGSTON – Kingston resident Erick Wyatt announces bid for Oklahoma State House District 21, which encompasses portions of Bryan and Marshall counties. Current State Representative, Dustin Roberts will be term-limited in 2022.

“Now that the Oklahoma Legislature has officially passed the new district boundaries for the next 10-years, I am announcing my candidacy for the Republican nomination for House District 21,” Wyatt said. “After prayerful consideration and discussions with family and friends, I am asking for your vote next June to be the Republican nominee for Oklahoma State House in District 21.

“Oklahoma is such a wonderful state, but there is more that can be done to improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans, and I look forward to being a part of finding solutions to the challenges that are ahead.”

Wyatt, an 18-year veteran of the U.S. Army and U.S. Coast Guard was born in Tulsa, graduated from Del City High School and immediately joined the U.S. Army. Erick believes in public service which has led to his decision to run for the Oklahoma House of Representatives. He is dedicated to growing the economy of southern Oklahoma.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant effect on the businesses and with his leadership, Wyatt will make that his top priority. Improving tourism and education are among his top priorities, along with protecting the states’ rights from government overreach of the Biden Administration, in addition to the continued protection of the unborn and upholding the 2nd Amendment rights for Oklahomans.

Erick Wyatt is running for state house because of his love for Oklahoma and his family. Erick is married to Shannon and they have four daughters, Allison Boone, Jillian Boone, Payton Giles and Alexandrea Wyatt and one grandson, Braxton.

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