Editorial: Re-elect Rep. David Brumbaugh

Rep. David Brumbaugh, R-Broken Arrow, is a fiscal conservative, a faithful Christian and a leader in the Oklahoma Legislature.

As a small business owner, Brumbaugh not only understands economic development, he knows how to navigate Oklahoma through tough economic times.

Brumbaugh has signed both sides of the check.

David Brumbaugh is vice chairman of the House Utilities Committee and sits on the A&B General Government Committee, the Energy and Natural Resources Committee and the very important House Transportation Committee.

His contributions to the legislative process are invaluable.

As former school  board member for Mingo Valley Christian School, Brumbaugh has a deep understanding of what is needed to make sure that state children get the best education possible. His work on the Tulsa County Library Board added to his insight.

As a decorated U.S. Army veteran (101st Airborne Division), he served in the infantry and won medals for his achievements.

Brumbaugh, who is the Majority Caucus Chairman in the House, is in touch with his constituents in District 76 in Broken Arrow.

Brumbaugh is a champion for unborn children and he has led the way for confirmation of the religious liberty that is set forth in the U.S. Constitution.

Brumbaugh is a member of the National Rifle Association and has supported legislation to make sure that Oklahomans have a right to own guns and to defend themselves. He understands the clear instruction of the Second Amendment.

Thank goodness Brumbaugh, who sees himself as a “citizen/legislator,” is not finished with his public service.

The good people of House District 76 should return him Oklahoma City for another term.

The Tulsa Beacon strongly endorses Rep. David Brumbaugh for the Oklahoma House.