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Preceded by  Randall Erwin
Religion  Baptist
Party  Democratic Party
Spouse(s)  Barbara Pruett
Education  Texas A&M University
Political party  Democratic
Role  Politician
Nationality  American
Name  R. Pruett

R. C. Pruett R C Pruett Wikipedia

Born  19 September 1944 (age 71) Houston, Texas (1944-09-19)
Residence  Antlers, Oklahoma, United States

R. C. Pruett is an American politician who served as State Representative for District 19 in the Oklahoma House of Representatives.

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Pruett authored the legislation that created a license to shoot black bears in four southeastern Oklahoma counties. He is also the owner of three supermarkets in Antlers, Broken Bow, Oklahoma and Valliant, Oklahoma.

Early life and career

Pruett was (born September 19, 1944, in Houston, Texas). Pruett attended Texas A&M University. He is married to Barbara Pruett and has three children and two grandchildren.

Political career

In 2004, he defeated Democrat John Williams in the primary, winning his party's nomination. He went on to win the general election. In 2006 and 2008 he was re-elected with no opposition. There was some speculation that he would enter the State Senate Race in 2008, but he announced that he would remain in the House.

Pruett was one of only two Democrats to serve on a special ethics committee appointed by Speaker Kris Steele in 2011.

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R. C. Pruett Wikipedia


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