Brice is running because he has noticed that a number of liberal decisions have come from our representation here in Payne County, and decided that now is the time to throw his lot in. He believes that his district is filled with right-minded, hard-working Oklahomans who deserve solid conservative representation in our state government. Brice would like to offer you his services if you will offer him your vote. Brice was born to John and Laura Chaffin of Stillwater. His dad has been a pastor since he was five, and my parents instilled in me not only a biblical worldview but the values and ideals that I try to apply to all of my decisions. It was in high school that Brice developed an interest in politics and the decline of our culture.
As a teen, Brice felt like God was calling him to stand in the gap for our government and culture by participating in the political arena. After going to OSU for political science, Brice joined the army as a chaplain assistant, thinking what better way could he serve God and Country simultaneously.
Brice met my wife while in the army, shortly before Uncle Sam sent him to Taji, Iraq in the 1st Cavalry Division, 2-8 Cav. They married when they returned from Iraq, and now have four children ages 5 to 10. Brice spent 4 years on active duty, and another 2 in the reserves back home in Oklahoma. Once Brice finished his service in the army, Brice went back to OSU for a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art. Brice got a teaching certificate and taught Highschool art down in Okemah. Starting in the spring semester, Brice taught for a year and a half before moving back to Stillwater and getting a job as an operator at Plains All American Pipeline south of Cushing, where Brice works to this day.