State Representative Eric Roberts, honored to serve District 83

Serving, Growing, Thriving Together

 

State Representative Eric Roberts went to work at the State Capitol with one job in mind - to work for you. He has focused on job growth, keeping our state financially stable, and improving opportunities for our district and families!

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Message from Eric Roberts

Dear Neighbors: 

 

Serving, Growing, Thriving Together

 

It is a great honor to serve you, our district, and our great state as your State Representative. Last year, I announced my candidacy to ensure that the focus of our elected representative returned to issues that were important to our community, and during my first term in service, that has been my sole mission. I’ve focused on the priorities shared by thousands across the district as I visited with you on your doorstep: ensuring that our economy continues to grow, pursuing greater accountability and transparency in government, and working to keep businesses and families stable as we work through the challenges of COVID-19. It has been my honor to stand with other legislators to defend your freedom against overreaching politicians in Washington, DC. As many of you know, my wife Leigh and I are committed to meeting the needs of neighbors. We continue to work in several community groups, with Ozark Teen Challenge, and assisting women in prison to be equipped with life skills and abilities to find jobs and success in the future. We continue to believe that challenges faced in life are chapters, not conclusions.

 

In Service,

 

State Representative Eric Roberts

PRIORITIES

•  Stabilizing and growing our economy

•  Reducing regulatory burdens on businesses

•  Ensuring school funding is directed to students and teachers

•  Focusing on private-sector job creation

•  Government transparency

•  Defending constitutional rights

•  Pushing back against federal overreach

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VOTING INFORMATION:


Please mark your calendars to vote in the November 8, 2022 general election! 


You may also vote early at the county election board (4201 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105)  on the following dates:
 
Wednesday, Nov 2 - 8am-6pm
Thursday, Nov 3 - 8am-6pm

Friday, Nov 4 - 8am-6pm
Saturday, Nov 5 - 8am-2pm


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO VOTE, FIND OUT WHERE TO VOTE, OR REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT:

 

Do you have questions for Eric? 

Please email him at 

ericrobertshouse83@gmail.com 

or call: 405-640-2452

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