***In order to be sure that the information submitted is indeed coming from your campaign, we sent postcards with individual randomized codes for each candidate and emailed each candidate, so please be looking for those!  If you haven’t received your code by mail or email, please contact immediately so we can provide that to you.

Thank you for filing for office and offering your service to the people of Oklahoma!  The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy understands the time commitment it takes to not only run for office, but to also hold a position in public service and do the best job for your constituents.

In order to help your voters understand your goals and positions, OICA is asking you to answer the following three questions in your own words (250 or less on each question) to allow those you will represent to know better about your plans to support the children of our state, your work which has already been done to benefit those kids, and what your agenda will be to support families as a whole.  Please answer these questions by 3 p.m. on June 18, 2018.  We will publish your answers verbatim without modifications or corrections, so please spell check your answers before submitting.  Should you choose not to answer the questions, a note will be added next to your name to let voters know that you did not respond.  Should circumstances prevent you from answering by that time, please make arrangements with our office so we can add your reasoning in place of your answers.

Thank you for taking the time to respond to these questions and provide the information which we know your voters will find interesting and help them make better decisions when it comes to improving the lives of children in Oklahoma!

Joe Dorman


Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy

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For example, what laws or policies will you champion, what programs will you attempt to expand or decrease, and what area of interest regarding children will you establish yourself as a leader amongst your colleagues.
For example, discuss policies which you have had a direct impact in seeing implemented, volunteer work you have personally done to improve the lives of children, or jobs in which you worked with children.
For example, would you support ideas such as restoration of the Earned Income Tax Credit, fiscal policy revisions for child-related programs, criminal justice reform, and/or list enhancements for quality of life improvements for families.