The address to the Governor's Manionis 820 N. E. 23rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73105.
from Oklahoma Almanac 1995/96, p. 35.
The Governor will make decisions on pending legislation after it reaches her desk and she is able to review details and information surrounding the proposed legislation. Governor Mary Fallin welcomes citizen input during this process.
The phone number is (405)521-2342 and the fax number is (405)521-3353.
1(800) 522-8502 and 1(800) 522-8506 (Relay Oklahoma).
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The Oklahoma State Senate is composed of 48 senators, representing the 48 senate districts of the state.
Senators are elected to 4 year terms. Senate elections are held every two years. Senators in odd numbered districts were elected in 1996. Senators in even numbered districts will run for election in 1998.
Candidates for election to the Senate must be at least 25 years old (Okla. Const., Art.5, Sec.17), and must be a qualified voters in their respective districts.
The Oklahoma Constitution (Art.5, Sec.17A) limits the length of legislative service of all legislators (both House and Senate) to 12 years.\
Source: Oklahoma Constitution, Section Article 5, Section 17.
There are 101 members of the Oklahoma House of Representatives, representing 101 House Districts of the State.
Representatives are elected to 2 year terms.
Candidates for election to the House must be at least 21 years old (Okla. Const., Art.5,Sec.17), and must be qualified voters in their respective districts.
Source: The Oklahoma Constitution (Art.5, Sec.17A) limits the length of legislative service of all legislators (both House and Senate) to 12 years.
According to Article V, Section 26 of the Oklahoma Constitution, regular sessions of the Legislature shall meet "at twelve o'clock noon on the first Monday in February of each year". In addition, the Legislature meets in regular session on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January in odd-numbered years from twelve noon until no later than five p.m. for organizational purposes outlined in the Constitution.
According to Article V, Section 26 of the Oklahoma Constitution, regular sessions of the Legislature shall be "adjourned sine die not later than five o'clock p.m. on the last Friday in May of each year."