Nathan Dahm Blog

As a Constitutional Conservative, Nathan draws heavily from his experiences in the formerly communist- and currently socialist- nation of Romania to inform people of the failures, perils, and evils of socialism. His desire is to serve the people, whether it is the impoverished people in Romania, or the Oklahomans of the 33rd Senate District.

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Trump’s NASA Appointment Goes to Congressman Bridenstine

Broken Arrow—Senator Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) congratulated Congressman Jim Bridenstine Friday on his presidential appointment to NASA administrator. Bridenstine previously served as executive director of the Tulsa Air & Space Museum & Planetarium before being elected to Congress.

Dahm says Bridenstine’s new role at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration will not only positively impact the nation, but also be beneficial to the city of Tulsa with its large aerospace industry.

Nathan Dahm Announces Run for Congress


May 5, 2017

Broken Arrow — Senator Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) today announced his candidacy for Oklahoma’s First Congressional District. Surrounded by over 100 supporters, Dahm said he has a passion to serve God by serving other people, and believes running for Congress is his next step in that service.

“Over the past few years, we’ve gone on many journeys together, and today, I’m asking you to join me on a new journey,” said Dahm. “I have fought tirelessly to defend our constitutional rights and worked to implement long term vision to make our state better for the upcoming generations.”

Oklahoma’s First Congressional District will be vacated by current Congressman Jim Bridenstine in 2018. If elected to Congress, Dahm said he wants to focus on free market principles as well as openness, transparency, and accountability in government, which allow the opportunity for success.

Nathan Dahm on 2016 State Questions

Many people have asked about the seven State Questions on the November 8th ballot. This is an overview only and you will have to make the final decision on how you intend to vote for yourself. In this post we have provided an overview as well as links to the official language (not just the summary on the ballot) and links to both a conservative think tank and a liberal think tank to provide other perspectives on the state questions. Hopefully this helps you make an informed decision before you vote….

Bridenstine BA Fundraiser for State Senator Nathan Dahm

Please join Congressman Jim Bridenstine for a fundraising reception benefiting the re-election of State Senator Nathan Dahm.

6:30 p.m. Thursday, January 28th
200 S. Main St. BA
Located above Main Street Tavern Restaurant

Refreshments served

This is an open event, however so we can have an accurate headcount, please rsvp here on facebook, by phone at 918-615-2335, or by email at events@nathandahm.com

Pat Campbell 1170 KFAQ session updates

This year during our legislative session I had the opportunity to give regular updates on KFAQ Thursday mornings. It was an honor to be invited by Pat Campbell to participate on his show and help keep his listeners informed about the happenings at the State Capitol.

If you missed any of the live broadcasts you can find links below to archives of the last two shows along with a description of the topic being discussed. I can’t thank Pat Campbell enough for including me, and would …

This year during our legislative session I had the opportunity to give regular updates on KFAQ Thursday mornings. It was an honor to be invited by Pat Campbell to participate on his show and help keep his listeners informed about the happenings at the State Capitol.

If you missed any of the live broadcasts you can find links below to archives of the last two shows along with a description of the topic being discussed. I can’t thank Pat Campbell enough for including me, and would …

Session is winding down and our attention has been on the budget, conference committee reports, and House amendments.

We have spent a majority of our time this past week in the Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget as well as the General Conference Committee on Appropriations trying to choose how best to close the $611 million budget gap.

If a budget agreement can be reached early this coming week, we should be able to adjourn early this Friday, May 22 – saving the state from having to pay for …