Welcome to SenatorMarkAllen.com! On November 2, 2010, I was elected to serve the people of Oklahoma Senate District 4 in LeFlore and Sequoyah Counties. I was reelected on November 4, 2014. It is a privilege to represent you in the Oklahoma State Capitol and I appreciate the opportunity to do so.
When you call or visit my office at the Oklahoma State Capitol, you will be warmly greeted by my Executive Assistant Grace McMillan who will be more than happy to assist you with all your constituent needs. She maintains my calendar and can answer your questions and document your concerns. Our office is in room 415 which is located in the south hallway of the Senate fourth floor office complex of the State Capitol.
This website is designed to show you what we do here at your Capitol and to involve you in the process as much as possible. Feel free to peruse our online office at your leisure and learn about what I am doing for Senate District 4 and the citizens of Oklahoma. The site is regularly updated so you’ll want to check back often. My blog will give you updated information about legislative issues and district concerns.
I invite you to email my office with any concerns, comments or suggestions that you may have. Email firstname.lastname@example.org at any time; we will be delighted to hear from you.
Should you decide to visit the State Capitol (and I hope you do), here is some helpful information:
The Oklahoma State Capitol is located at 2300 N. Lincoln Boulevard in Oklahoma City. Visitors should park in the SOUTH parking lot. Free tours of the building are conducted Monday through Friday every hour between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. To schedule a tour in advance (and I recommend that you do), call 1.800.652.6552. A Welcome Center is located off the south entrance. Brochures are also available containing a self-guided tour of the building, if you wish.
Oklahoma State Senator
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