Wednesday, December 01, 2021

Carol Hefner announces candidacy for OKC Mayor


Oklahoma City, OK-- Today, longtime community leader Carol Hefner announced her candidacy to be the next Mayor of Oklahoma City.

"We need a bold leader in the Mayor's office, someone who won't bow to BLM protestors or the Biden administration like our current Mayor. President Biden has a negative 50 point approval rating in Oklahoma, yet our current Mayor has become one of Biden's biggest cheerleaders, endorsing Biden's agenda," Hefner said.

The campaign released this video with its launch:

Leaders from across the Oklahoma City community have already announced their immediate endorsement of Hefner.

  • State Senator Shane Jett
  • State Representative Denise Crosswhite Hader
  • Canadian County Commissioner Marc Hader
  • General Rita Aragon (ret.), the former Commander of the Oklahoma National Guard

The campaign has built a powerful national team, retaining Rory McShane as the General Consultant, Oklahoma natives Chris Wilson as the pollster and data director, and Vivienne Hasenbeck as the campaign's fundraiser and manager.

The election will be held on February 8th, 2022. If no candidate reaches 50%, then a Runoff Election will be held in April.


Carol Hefner grew up in the Deer Creek area and worked professionally in radio and TV after graduating from college. She married Robert Hefner, whose grandfather was one of OKC's first and most successful Mayors. The Hefner's have 4 children. They attend Life Church.

Hefner now serves in a variety of business and community leadership positions. She is the Vice President of her family-owned real estate development firm. Hefner serves on the Commission on the Status of Women, the Board of Directors of the Little Light School for Children of Incarcerated Parents, and has previously served on the Board of Cavett Camps for Special Needs Children.

Hefner is no stranger to politics serving as co-Chairman of President Trump's campaign in Oklahoma, the former Fundraising Chairman for the Oklahoma Republican Party, and as the Inaugural Coordinator for Governor Stitt.

Carol and her husband also developed Galimaro Steak sauce and are very proud to sell a, "Made in Oklahoma Product."

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