| Jack Mildren (D)|| Stratton Taylor (D)|
| Glen D. Johnson, Jr. (D)|
January 5, 1993–January 3, 1995
The Forty-fourth Oklahoma Legislature was a meeting of the legislative branch of the government of Oklahoma, composed of the Senate and the House of Representatives. State legislators met at the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City in regular sessions from January 5 to May 28, 1993, and from February 7 to May 27, 1994, during the second two years of the term of Governor David Walters. State legislators met in special session from May 23 through 27, 1994, and for six days between October 3 and November 4, 1994.
Stratton Taylor served as President pro tempore of the Oklahoma Senate and Glen D. Johnson, Jr. served as Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives.
Organizational day: January 5, 1993
First regular session: February–May 1993
Second regular session: February–May 1994
44th Oklahoma Legislature Wikipedia
Previous: 43rd Legislature • Next: 45th LegislatureSenate President Pro Tempore: Robert V. Cullison
Senate Minority Leader: Howard Hendrick
Speaker of the House: Glen D. Johnson, Jr.
Speaker Pro Tempore: Jim Glober
House Minority Leader: Larry Ferguson
Districts 25, 27, 28, 36, and 53 did not exist in 1993. Table based on list of historic members.
Table based on government database.