Mary FallinMary Fallin for Congress Mary Fallin is a trail blazer in Oklahoma. Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2006, she is only the second woman in Oklahoma history to serve in Congress. Fallin is no newcomer to making history, however. In 1994, she was elected the states' first woman and the first Republican Lieutenant Governor, an office she held for three terms.

As Congresswoman, Mary continues to pursue an impressive agenda focused on economic development, smart fiscal policy and government reform. Mary currently serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the Committee on Natural Resources, and the Small Business Committee. She has used her committee assignments to act as an effective advocate for pro-growth and pro-family values.

Working for Oklahoma's Small Businesses and Economic Development

Fighting for Oklahoma's Children

A Record of Leadership