OK House District: HD 66
A lifelong resident of District 66, Jadine Cox Nollan attended Sand Springs schools and graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree. She met her husband, Phil Nollan, while attending OSU and they have been married for 35 years. They have three adult children, Kristin, Kasey, and Kurt who also attended Sand Springs schools and graduated from universities in Oklahoma.
Jadine serves on the Common Education and A&B Education committees and is a former school board member of 11 years for Sand Springs. She is a strong advocate for our children, teachers, and public schools, and believes it’s critically important that the State provide the appropriate funding and resources for their success. Jadine has a 100% rating from Oklahoman’s for Life and the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy.
Jadine is the Chair of the Higher Education and Career Tech Committee and serves on the Children, Youth and Family Services Committee. Her commitment to economic development in the district is reflected in her “A+” rating for small business by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) and an “A” rating by the Research Institute for Economic Development (RIED).
Public safety and having the right to protect ourselves and our property continue to be a top priority for the district. Jadine has received an “A” rating from the NRA-PVF, the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, and the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Federation. She is an active supporter of our firemen, police officers, and uniformed service members who are vital to keeping our communities safe and secure.