Friday, February 28, 2020

Robert McMaster announces candidacy for HD83

Republicans are hoping to re-take House District 83 this election, the seat that was held by now-State Treasurer Randy McDaniel for twelve years (2006 to 2018). Democrat Chelsey Branham won the 2018 election, defeating Republican Jason Reese by a vote of 52.2% to 47.8% (a difference of 689 votes).

Current GOP candidates are Eric Roberts and Robert McMaster, who submitted the following announcement release:

“A Fresh Face for Real Change”

Political Newcomer Robert McMaster announces his candidacy for State Representative in Oklahoma House District 83.  House District 83 includes parts of Edmond, NW Oklahoma City, The Village and Nichols Hills and is currently represented by Chelsey Branham, Democrat, who narrowly won in 2018.

As a father of four and a blue-collar worker, Robert McMaster knows what issues matter most and uses his education and experience to propose new real change.  His platform of Healthcare, Education and Criminal Justice Reform looks to create a prosperous and safe Oklahoma.  He also stands for Free Speech, Lower Taxes and 2A rights, which is a staunch difference from Ms. Branham.  Unlike Ms. Branham, Robert McMaster stands against socialism and big government programs as they infringe on individual rights and increase taxes.

Originally from MS, Robert McMaster moved to OK in 2013 and worked as a retail manager.  After meeting his wife and growing their blended family, he became an In-House Investigator with a prestigious criminal defense firm in Oklahoma City in 2016.  Since then, Robert has worked hard to protect the rights of his fellow Oklahomans and his work has assisted in a multitude of favorable outcomes for clients.  He is an Eagle Scout as well as a member of the Oklahoma 2nd Amendment Association, Masonic Lodge, and other organizations.

To donate or join his grassroots campaign, check out his website at or other social media sites at Robert for HD 83 in 2020.


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