KIMBERLY FOBBS

What ideas do you have to better the lives of Oklahoma’s children?

By starting with restoring the department to a fair regulatory climate and focusing on protecting Oklahoma families, insurance rates for health, auto and home should become affordable and policies less complicated. Even before birth the health of women is under attack and routine female healthcare has become unstable leading to poor health outcomes for mother and child.

What have you done to support children prior to this election?

Prior to this election I have served in many volunteer and mentor roles including Reading Partners, Loaned Executive for Tulsa Area United Way, volunteer for both Girls scouts and Boy scouts as well as direct coaching of children in the Salvation Army youth basketball programs.

What will you do to support families in your new role, if elected?

Review the high denial rate of claims for items that should be covered benefits, expand scrutiny of practices leading to diminished service and lower provider rates in rural areas and advocate for more choice to lower cost.