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Government of Oklahoma City

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The City of Oklahoma City has operated under a council-manager form of city government since 1927.[1] A mayor and eight-member council are elected to set policy and appoint a city manager who carries out the day-to-day operations. City administrative staff and elected officials have offices at the historic city hall located on the western edge of the central business district in downtown Oklahoma City.

City Council

The City Council of Oklahoma City is non-partisan and its nine members are elected to four-year terms. Oklahoma City is divided into eight wards, and voters in each ward elect a Council member to represent that ward. The Mayor is the voting member who is elected by all voters of the city, and is the Chief Executive of the City and President of the Council.


Ward Councilperson Elected About Age
At-large (Mayor)[2] David Holt April 2018 36th Mayor, Member of the Osage Nation 40
Ward 1[3] James Greiner April 2013 38
Ward 2[4] James Cooper February 2019 First open LGBT person elected to OKC city council[5] 36
Ward 3[6] Larry McAtee Appointed January 2001, elected March 2001 82
Ward 4[7] Todd Stone April 2017 55
Ward 5[8] David Greenwell March 2011 65
Ward 6[9] JoBeth Hamon February 2019 28
Ward 7[10] Nikki Nice November 2018 Radio personality and 2nd woman of color elected, legal name is Alberta Nicole Swanegan Owens 38
Ward 8[11] Mark Stonecipher March 2015 61

City Manager

City Manager Craig Freeman was appointed in late 2018, after Jim Couch announced his retirement after serving as city manager for 18 years.

Federal representation

The Federal Transfer Center, Oklahoma City, a facility within the Federal Bureau of Prisons is located on the western edge of Will Rogers World Airport.[12] Most of the city is represented by Stephanie Bice (R) of the 5th Congressional District, with a southern portion of the city represented by Tom Cole (R) of the 4th district in the United States House of Representatives.


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