Oklahoma’s statewide elected officials and state House and Senate members must file annual forms disclosing facts about their personal finances.
The forms, revised as of July 2016, are not posted online by the Oklahoma Ethics Commission because of concerns about identity theft, although the forms are public records. Oklahoma Watch obtained the most recent forms filed and they can be viewed by clicking on the links below.
We deleted three pieces of information on each form: the email address, telephone number and workplace mailing address. If you want a copy of the complete form without redactions, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send a PDF.
The forms are intended to ensure officials know the state’s conflict-of-interest rules and to identify investments, employment, income and corporate board membership up to a point.
If you know of other financial or business information not listed on an official’s form, whether it’s required or not, let us know at email@example.com. We’ll inquire and consider publishing it. Your email will be considered confidential.
Click on the names below to view the disclosure forms. Search by name, city or district number.
Financial Disclosures: Elected Officials
|Bob Anthony||Corporation Commissioner|
|John Doak||Insurance Commissioner|
|Todd Hiett||Corporation Commissioner|
|Joy Hofmeister||Superintendent of Education|
|Gary Jones||Auditor and Inspector|
|Todd Lamb||Lieutenant Governor|
|Melissa McLawhorn-Houston||Labor Commissioner|
|Ken Miller||State Treasurer|
|Dana Murphy||Corporation Commissioner|
|Scott Pruitt||Attorney General|
Financial Disclosures: State Senators
Financial Disclosures: State Representatives
* Newly elected.