Denise Crosswhite Hader Seeks Oklahoma House District 41 Seat
Denise Crosswhite Hader, Republican, officially announced her candidacy for Oklahoma House District 41 for the 2018 election cycle. District 41 is currently represented by John Enns. District 41 includes all of Piedmont, Surrey Hills, Waukomis, Drummond, Lahoma, Carrier, Hillsdale, Bison, and portions of Enid, Cashion, Deer Creek, and Oklahoma City.
Crosswhite Hader has had a passion for impacting public policy her entire life. Having learned governmental and legislative processes as a Congressional Field Representative, a Legislative Liaison to Former Labor Commissioner, Mark Costello, and as a House staff member at the Oklahoma State Capitol; Denise will hit the ground running to rein in out of control government programs and focus on the core functions that state government should provide. Crosswhite Hader served on the Tinker Bond oversight committee which provided enhancements to the base to protect our state’s largest employer against BRAC closure. Her legislative priorities are transportation infrastructure, military, public safety, corrections, and giving more freedom and local control to public education.
“Like the vast majority of Americans, I am tired of folks who run for political office claiming the values of opinion polls and then betraying their claimed convictions as soon as they are elected. In me, if I receive the privilege of being elected, the citizens will have a representative with a servant’s heart, which will work to eliminate legislative and bureaucratic entanglements in their lives. I want to restore the American Dream for the citizens of District 41 and the State of Oklahoma by allowing them to take back more control of their own lives. I am excited to meet the citizens of District 41 face to face, to ask them about their priorities, answer their questions, share my qualifications, explain my convictions, and ask for their vote.” Crosswhite Hader said.
Crosswhite Hader is a 1983 graduate of Piedmont High School and has a degree in Government from Oral Roberts University. She owns a small property management company. Denise and her husband, Marc Hader, live in Surrey Hills. They have two daughters and sons-in-law who live in the metro area, and are enjoying their grandchildren, Reagan, Lincoln and Grant, ages 3, 2, and 1.