“We should instead incentivize small dollar donors and limit the undue influence of special interests. We must address these issues first, so the public has faith in the process when we take action on health care, criminal justice and education reform.” [Press Release]
A longtime Oklahoman and non-profit leader
Rep. Kendra Horn (OK-05) is a fifth-generation Oklahoman, and represents a historically Republican district that includes Oklahoma City. Before running for Congress, she founded a nonpartisan nonprofit that encourages women to participate in civic life, and later served as the Executive Director of Sally’s List, which trains and supports women running for office on the state and local level. She currently serves on the House Armed Services Committee and the Science, Space, and Technology Committee.
A voice for cleaning up Washington
Horn does not take corporate PAC donations and is also an original co-sponsor of the democracy reform bill, H.R. 1. She is a strong advocate for eliminating the influence of corporate special interests in politics, and supports legislation that would crack down on dark money and bring transparency to our political system.
A critical re-election campaign
Rep. Horn was one of the biggest upset winners on Election Night 2018, becoming the first Oklahoma Democrat elected to Congress in eight years and the first Democratic congresswoman in the state’s history. She won her election by just over 3,000 votes, and faces a re-election campaign that is rated as a Toss Up by ratings outlets.
Candidate for U.S. Senate