I am a long time Libertarian, recent Secretary of the Oklahoma Libertarian Party, former Independent candidate for Oklahoma House District 46, Co-Director of Oklahomans For Ballot Access Reform, founding member and former Oklahoma City Chapter President of the Entertainment Consumers Association, and potentially your US Congressman.
I have been politically independent since before I was 18 and a Libertarian since I started voting. Since 2006, I have been involved in Oklahomans For Ballot Access Reform fighting Oklahoma’s legislature to reform our repressive ballot access laws. This effort lead me to run for the Oklahoma House with ballot access reform as a chief issue. Through this, I also got involved in the Oklahoma Libertarian Party and became their Secretary in 2012.
For the first time in over 30 years, the Oklahoma Legislature reduced the ballot access laws and thanks to that, the Libertarian Party is an official party in Oklahoma for the first time in 16 years. To celebrate this momentous occasion, I have decided to run for office as an official Libertarian candidate for US Congressional District 5.