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Pam Peterson

Republican — Representative — District 67
Available Terms:
  • 2011-2012
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016

Pam Peterson represents House District 67 in the Oklahoma House, is a member of four committees, and is the primary sponsor of 57 bills.

2004 19901.0
2006 28350.0
2008 35150.0
2010 22935.0
2012 8550.0

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

  • Capitol Office:

    2300 N. Lincoln Blvd.
    Room 405
    (405) 557-7341
  • District Office:

    6528 E. 101st
    Tulsa, OK 74133
    Phone: 918-289-3003



News and Blog Coverage

Oklahoma House advances criminal justice measures

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Seeking to reduce recidivism, enhance public safety and better manage the state's crowded prisons, the Oklahoma House of Representatives passed several criminal justice reform measures prior to the first legislative deadline last week. "Our prisons are understaffed and filled well beyond capacity and the environment is not ...

House Votes to Criminalize GPS Stalking

Contact: State Rep. Pam Peterson Capitol: (405) 557-7341 OKLAHOMA CITY – A measure that would expand stalking statues to include the monitoring of an individual using a GPS or similar device was approved today by the Oklahoma House of Representatives. ..

Quote of the Day 2/27/2015

“Newsflash, folks: Oklahoma’s prisons are overcrowded. So, we need to reserve expensive prison beds for those we’re afraid of, not just those that we’re mad at.” -Rep. Pam Peterson, R-Tulsa, ... Read More The post Quote of the Day 2/27/2015 appeared first on Oklahoma Policy Institute .

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Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

  • SCR 8

    Concurrent resolution; honoring the Regent Preparatory School Girls' Volleyball Team.

  • SB 372

    Driver license; class requirements for drivers licenses; requiring certain compliance and authorizing certain allowances. Effective date.

  • HB 1517

    Department of Human Services; requiring certain staff training to be completed in person; effective date.

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  • SB 38

    Crime and punishment; modifying parole requirements for medical release from DOC. Effective date.

  • HB 1516

    Crimes and punishments; defining certain term; effective date.

  • HB 1721

    Public health and safety; creating the Oklahoma Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act; effective date.

Recent Votes

SB 262


Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 9291.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 98.0
SB 111


Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 7271.0
•••No: 2120.0
•••Other: 87.0
SB 180


Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 9392.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 87.0
HB 1518


Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 7675.0
•••No: 1615.0
•••Other: 98.0
HB 1276


Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 9291.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 98.0
HJR 1024


Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 9190.0
•••No: 21.0
•••Other: 87.0
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