Hunter Campaign Announces District Attorney EndorsementsOKLAHOMA CITY – The Mike Hunter for Attorney General campaign today announced endorsements from 15 district attorneys from Oklahoma. The full list of district attorneys can be found below.
“I am honored and privileged to receive the support of this group of dedicated public servants,” Attorney General Mike Hunter said. “These men and women have done a great job in each of their districts to strengthen the criminal justice system, while keeping our neighbors and loved ones safe. I look forward to continuing our work together to make Oklahoma a safer state, where our families and friends can continue to grow and prosper.”"Mike Hunter stands for law and order. More importantly, Mike Hunter stands for and with victims. I am proud to endorse Mike Hunter to continue as our Oklahoma Attorney General,” said District 6 District Attorney Jason Hicks. "Mike Hunter is a valued partner in protecting Oklahomans. As the DA, I know I can count on Mike Hunter and his team to have our backs. I encourage you to vote for Mike Hunter,” stated District 2 District Attorney Angela Marsee.
"Those of us in law enforcement are committed to protecting our fellow Oklahomans - Mike Hunter is committed to that goal. Mike has a servant's heart and wants to be AG for all of the right reasons. That’s why I’m voting for Mike Hunter," said District 4 District Attorney Mike Fields.“Mike Hunter has a distinguished career in uncovering corruption in government. Mike Hunter is a champion for tax payers and the law enforcement community. I enthusiastically support Mike Hunter as our Attorney General," said District 8 District Attorney Brian Hermanson.
“Attorney General Mike Hunter is a trusted and genuine partner in the necessary pursuit of deterring crime, curbing drug use, advocating for victims and getting the resources they need, and a giving them a real voice in the process. Opioid addiction has cost the state billions of dollars in finite state funds for healthcare, corrections, rehabilitation, and law enforcement. I’m grateful for the leadership of AG Mike Hunter and that the state’s lawsuit against the pain pill drug makers filed in my jurisdiction is the first to receive a trial date,” said District 21 District Attorney Greg Mashburn.District Attorney Endorsements Mike Boring, District 1 - Beaver, Cimmarron, Harper, Texas Angela Marsee, District 2 - Beckham, Custer, Ellis, Roger Mills, Washita Ken Darby, District 3 - Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa, Tillman, Mike Fields, District 4 - Blaine, Canadian, Garfield, Grant, Kingfisher Jason Hicks, District 6 - Caddo, Grady, Jefferson, Stephens Brian Hermanson, District 8 - Kay, Noble Kevin Buchanan, District 11 - Nowata, Washington Matt Ballard, District 12 - Craig, Mayes, Rogers Chuck Sullivan, District 18 - Haskell, Pittsburg Craig Ladd, District 20 - Carter, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray Greg Mashburn, District 21 - Cleveland, Garvin, McClain Paul Smith, District 22 - Hughes, Pontotoc, Seminole Max Cook, District 24 - Creek, Okfuskee Christopher Boring, District 26 - Alfalfa, Dewey, Major, Woods, Woodward Jack Thorp, District 27 - Adair, Cherokee, Sequoyah, Wagoner On June 26. 2018, Attorney General Hunter won 44.46% of the vote including 61 of the 77 counties. The runoff election will be August 28, 2018. For more information about Attorney General Mike Hunter, visit www.MikeHunterOK.com.