Jason Reese Launches Campaign for House District 83
Oklahoma City, OK – Yesterday, conservative Jason Reese announced his candidacy for the Oklahoma House of Representatives at an event in Quail Creek. The well-attended event was headlined by former Governor Frank Keating. Jason Reese, a Republican, is running for House District 83, in which Representative Randy McDaniel is term-limited in 2018.
“It’s an incredible honor to receive support from my friends and neighbors. I’m ready to take on the challenge of serving them in our state legislature as we work through these difficult times,” Reese said.
“Oklahoma desperately needs leadership at the state capitol. I believe I can provide the principled, conservative leadership necessary to strengthen our communities, promote practical solutions for our state, and expand opportunity for all Oklahomans.” He went on to state that in office he would focus on “honoring the contribution of skilled labor to the broader prosperity of Oklahoma.”
Jason is an attorney focusing in employment law in Oklahoma City. Having worked his way through the University of Oklahoma via part-time jobs and scholarships, Jason later enlisted in the Navy Reserve following 9/11. Jason and his wife Jessica attend Christ the King Church with their four children where he is active in the community. Jason serves on the board of the Quail Creek Homeowner’s Association as well as Cristo Rey Catholic High School, a school for underprivileged teens.