Cheyenne, OK- Growing up in Oklahoma, you learn pretty quickly how important your neighbors are. Whether they’re there to lend a helping hand when times are tough or there to celebrate your family’s life milestones, your neighbors are the folks you look out for. I was raised to believe that the government should be doing things for people, not doing things to people. And that’s the mindset I take to Washington, D.C. as your Congressman. As a fifth-generation Oklahoman, whose family has farmed in western Oklahoma for more than 120 years, I know the issues that are affecting our farmers…

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