Gregory Hardin

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Candidate Details

OK House District: HD 26

Party Affiliation: Democrat

Website:

https://gregoryforhd26.com/about/

Email:

Gregory@gregoryforhd26.com

Phone:

405.640.8312

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/GregoryForHD26/

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/GregoryHardinII

Biography

Gregory Hardin is a Journalist, Substitute Teacher, and College student who has lived in Shawnee his entire life. Gregory is dedicated to fighting for, helping, and informing the hardworking people of House District 26! He was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma at the Shawnee Medical Center or what is now SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital, born to parents Mary a home engineer and Greg formerly a carpenter who worked at Wolverine Tube for over 30 years now at Eaton.

As a kid, he attended elementary & middle school at North Rock Creek; graduated from Shawnee High School in 2016. While in school he played trumpet in marching band & concert band starting in 5th grade. He was also in Shawnee High School’s Robotics team. He currently attends college at the University of Central Oklahoma as a History Education major. He has also been a substitute teacher at North Rock Creek, Bethel, Pleasant Grove, and Shawnee public schools; and he has hosted a show on YouTube called “The Green Corn Rebellion Show” where he has interviewed politicians, political candidates, and musicians such as former State Senator Ron Sharp, former Shawnee City Commissioner for Ward 2 Bob Weaver, and Cody Hason of the band Hinder.

Ever since he was a child he was interested in politics from the perspective of wanting to help people and society, which is what influenced him to want to become a teacher and start my show. His goal if elected to the legislature will be to inform people about what’s going on at the Capitol & fight to enact policies that will strengthen public education, help improve the lives of working people, and continue the work this state has done with criminal justice reform!