Myles will defend those who protect us by supporting law enforcement and increasing public safety.
Myles understands the importance of creating good paying jobs. He will be an advocate for pro-growth policies that will empower small business owners and create jobs for the county.
Only we can determine what is best for Oklahoma County - not Washington. Myles will fight the Biden administration's overreach.
We need to continue to build and maintain a solid infrastructure in Oklahoma County by prioritizing vital needs in our district.
Myles Davidson is a fourth-generation Oklahoman with family roots in Oklahoma County. He was raised in Choctaw and graduated from Choctaw High School before attending the University of Oklahoma. While at OU, he began working on a Republican campaign for the Oklahoma House of Representatives, then as State Field Director for Republican U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe's 2002 reelection campaign.
Always an advocate for the State of Oklahoma, its families, and employers, Myles began his professional career working for the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2004. In 2009, he began serving as Deputy Commissioner under Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan, overseeing the County's daily operations. Before being elected in 2002, Myles served as the Chief Deputy Commissioner for Oklahoma County Commissioner Kevin Calvey.
For over a decade, Myles, working with state and local officeholders, has led Oklahoma County's efforts to develop and implement monumental infrastructure projects for transportation, water, and other resources. He helped create an award-winning diversionary criminal justice program that places low-level offenders in a County operated community service program (Oklahoma County S.H.I.N.E.) and championed the modernization of road-building operations for the County.
His investment in our community runs deep. Both he and his family have owned and operated businesses in Oklahoma County for over 50 years. He serves as a South OKC Chamber of Commerce member, participated in the Tinker Air Force Base Honorary Commander program, and completed the ROADS Scholar program through the OSU Center for Local Government Technology.
As Commissioner, Myles will focus on increasing public safety by supporting law enforcement, growing the economy, fighting federal overreach, and improving and maintaining the infrastructure of Oklahoma County. Myles will encourage economic growth with an eye on fiscal responsibility and the safety and security of our community by supporting all law enforcement.
He and his wife of 17 years, Marilyn, currently reside in Edmond, where they are raising their son.
Oklahoma Air National Guard (ret.)
Senate President Pro Tempore
OK County Sheriff
Tommie Johnson III
Former District 3 Commissioner
District 2 Commissioner
County Court Clerk
Former Jail Trust Member
Joe M. Allbaugh
U.S. Army (ret.)
Former Dist. 3 Commissioner
Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 155