STATE CHAMBER ENDORSES DARIN CHAMBERS IN HD-46 RACE
July 6, 2017 -- The Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce is encouraging voters to elect conservative Republican Darin Chambers in next week's special election primary for House District 46.
"Darin Chambers will be a champion for Oklahoma businesses," says State Chamber spokesman, Jonathan Buxton. "We know he will be a pro-business legislator focused on making Oklahoma a better place to live and do business. He will support meaningful reforms that help create quality jobs and opportunities for hardworking Oklahomans. Darin Chambers understands the issues facing Oklahoma businesses and has the experience needed to lead on these issues."
Darin Chambers believes voters will take this endorsement seriously because, in light of our current budget crisis, the legislature desperately needs the insight of an experienced and successful businessman.
"I have spent my post-military career teaching businesses how to increase efficiency and eliminate wasteful spending," Darin Chambers says. "I want to bring my business experience to the State Capitol because we need it now more than ever. The Oklahoma legislature already has plenty of former State employees voting on how to spend our tax money and we have seen the results. I will demand strict fiscal accountability for every dollar just as I do for my business and my home."
Darin Chambers is a Navy veteran, graduated from OU with an Electrical Engineering Degree in 1991, and earned his MBA from UCLA in 1999. Chambers now teaches upper-level engineering classes at OU, drawing on his experiences as a general manager for a global services firm working with top executives to improve efficiency, reduce costs and increase productivity. He and his wife, Dianne, live in Norman with their two daughters and two foster children.
The House District 46 special primary election is July 11th and the general election will be September 12th.
For more information on Darin Chambers visit his Facebook page at Darin Chambers for State Representative District 46 or www.ChambersforStateRep.com.