|Oklahoma House of Representatives, District 63|
| Assumed office|
| Current term ends|
November 17, 2012
Armes is an auctioneer as well as a farmer and rancher. He and his wife, Dede, have two children: Katy and Kelsey.
Rep. Armes conducted a study to look into the possibility of using electronics devices instead of standard textbooks in the classroom. He hopes the switch will save schools money during the financial crisis burdening schools.
“Our children have already taken that giant leap into technology so this would not be an adjustment for them. Now we just need to see if it’s financially feasible,” said Armes, a Faxon Republican. “We have over 659,000 students in Oklahoma and if we could even save $10 per student on changing a book over to an electronic technology format, that would save over $6 million for Oklahoma schools.”
- Agriculture & Rural Development Committee, Oklahoma House
- Veterans & Military Affairs Committee, Oklahoma House
Armes won re-election to the Oklahoma House of Representatives. He ran unopposed in the primary. He was also unopposed in the general election on November 2, 2010. Vote totals were not reported for unopposed candidates.
In 2008, Armes collected $61,410 in donations.
These were the largest contributors in 2008.
|LAWTON FIRE FIGHTERS LOCAL 1882||$3,100|
|OKLAHOMA BANKERS ASSOCIATION||$3,000|
|OKLAHOMA QUARTER HORSE RACING ASSOCIATION||$2,500|
|BAXTER, LEO J||$2,000|
|CRAWFORD, WILLIAM H||$1,800|
|OKLAHOMA PORK COUNCIL||$1,450|
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|Oklahoma House of Representatives - District 63
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