I first want to thank God for being with me and my family during this endeavor and guiding me. Without his grace none of this would be possible. I am so honored to have won the trust of so many people during the past few months. This victory tonight would not be possible without each of you having faith in me. I am humbled by your support and I thank you!
I want to thank my family, friends and volunteers who put in countless hours and offered me moral support and always believed in the vision we all share. I also want to say a special thank you to Laura Steele who is a class act and a wonderful person who deserves the utmost respect for running such a clean and quality campaign. The other candidates who ran in the June primary who chose to endorse me - thank you for your faith in me and committing to help me work for Broken Arrow and all of District 98.
The victory tonight is great, but the work is not yet done. We have one more race to win. I know with your continued support and prayers we will take this momentum to victory in November!
Republican Candidate for State House
DEAN DAVIS FOR OKLAHOMA STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 98
Republican Candidate for District 98
Broken Arrow, April 11, 2018—Dean Davis, a resident of Broken Arrow and member of the Republican Party has announced he is running for Oklahoma House of Representatives District 98.
“I am running in order to bring a voice of common sense and a proven record of strong leadership to the Capital at a time when both are sorely missing. Politics as we know it has failed us; previous elected officials have failed us and passing the buck needs to stop because our future and our children’s future depends on it.”
“I know that together we can achieve so many wonderful things for our district and our state. I will work every day to make life better for all of us and I will never forget who I work for and who I represent."
article from tulsa world
BROKEN ARROW — Six Broken Arrow Public Schools staff members and two students were recognized as heroes Monday for their quick responses that saved the lives of a student and a coach this school year.
Staff members Dean Davis, Mike Humphrey, Julia Price, Paul Croft, Daniel Steward and Taylor Coatsworth, as well as students Avery Mize and Chance Holloway, were recognized by Broken Arrow Fire Chief Jeremy Moore, Assistant Fire Chief Mark Steward, Mayor Craig Thurmond and school district leaders at Monday’s school board meeting.
Physical education teachers Davis and Humphrey, along with Price, a school nurse, were recognized for their response when Taylor Malonson, a high school senior, collapsed and became unresponsive during a weightlifting class Nov. 28.
Davis, Humphrey and Price used CPR and an automated external defibrillator, or AED, to attempt to resuscitate Malonson, shocking his heart four times before emergency responders arrived, according to the school administration.
Malonson had a pulse again before he was taken by ambulance to a hospital, from which he was released about a week later.