Randy Brogdon

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Randy Brogdon
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Oklahoma Senate District 34
Former member
Term in office began
Term in office ended
Political party Republican
Profession Air Conditioner Wholesaler
Randy Brogdon was a Republican member of the Oklahoma State Senate, representing the 34th District. Brogdon joined the senate in 2002. Brogdon studied Air Conditioning at Oklahoma State University School of Technology, Okmulgee campus, in the early 1970's. In addition to serving as senator, Brogdon is an air conditioner wholesaler for Hardin Geo-Technologies. In 2010, he was term-limited. He sought the Republican nomination for governor, but lost to Mary Fallin in the primary.

Committee assignments

The following were Brogdons's final committee assignments prior to his retirement:



Brogan cannot seek re-election due to term limits. He sought the Republican nomination for governor, but lost to Mary Fallin in the primary.


On November 7, 2006, Brogdon was elected to Oklahoma Senate District 34.[1]

Brogdon raised $84,425 for his campaign.[2]

Oklahoma Senate District 34
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png RANDY BROGDON (R) 11,846
JAMES S. WARD (D) 7,688

Brogdon was the sponsor of Oklahoma State Question 750 (2010).

District 34

Brogdon represented Oklahoma Senate District 34. Senate District 34 includes Owasso, Tulsa.

Campaign donors

Below are Brogdon's top 5 campaign contributors in the 2006 election (Brogdon was not up for election in 2008):

Contributor 2008 total
Joseph Rich $5,000
Oklahoma Republican Senatorial Committee $5,000
Howard S. & Andrea M. Rich $5,000
Vonne Rich $5,000
Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association $4,500


Brogdon was born June 17, 1953 in Ardmore, Oklahoma. He is married to Donna and has two children: Chris and Bryan. They currently reside in Owasso, Oklahoma.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Oklahoma State Senate District 34
Succeeded by
Rick Brinkley (R)