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Standridge applauds Dahm in the push for President Donald J. Trump Day

OKLAHOMA CITY  Sen. Rob Standridge, R-Norman, said he fully supports Sen. Nathan Dahm, R- Broken Arrow, for filing Senate Resolution 47, which would recognize June 14, 2022, as President Donald J. Trump Day in Oklahoma. 

As the primary author of legislation to create the first highway in the nation named after President Donald J. Trump, I want to thank Senator Dahm for filing this resolution naming June 14th as President Donald J. Trump Day,” Standridge said. “Senator Dahm is exactly right – there has never been a President more widely supported by Oklahoma voters.”

Standridge said that by honoring Trump, the effort would in turn honor the Oklahoma citizens who overwhelmingly supported the 45th president.  

“I appreciate Senator Dahm’s strength and courage in standing up for Oklahomans,” Standridge said.  “It’s been my honor to serve with him these past 10 years, and I applaud his efforts to help highlight President Trump’s accomplishments, leadership, and the fight for liberty and freedom.” 

SR 47 is now available to be considered by the full Senate. 


For more information, contact: Sen. Rob Standridge at 405-521-5535 or email