Todd Lamb said today he's now visited all of Oklahoma’s 77 counties in his quest to be elected lieutenant governor.
Lamb, who faces Democrat Kenneth Corn in the fall, said, “Oklahoma is full of hardworking individuals who cherish our values and quality of life. From Broken Bow to Boise City, Miami to Altus, Oklahoma has much to offer to not only its citizens but to people across the nation and the world. Of course, I’ve actually been to all 77 counties before, so in addition to meeting new people and getting their vision for how we can better compete economically, I was able to visit with friends and others I have worked with over the years.”
Lamb said that if elected, he will work tirelessly to promote Oklahoma's quality of life and improve the business climate. Lowering the tax burden, streamlining government and having an education system that prepares kids to compete for 21st century jobs are among Lamb’s top priorities.
“We have to recruit companies to Oklahoma as well as encourage homegrown companies to expand here,” Lamb added. “Our state has a bright future and I am committed to moving Oklahoma forward.”