OKLAHOMA CITY – Today Maressa Treat announces the endorsement of her candidacy by several Oklahoma County officials: County Commissioners Brian Maughan and Myles Davidson, Sheriff Tommie Johnson, Treasurer Butch Freeman, and Assessor Larry Stein.
“I strongly encourage voters in Oklahoma County to go to the polls and choose Maressa Treat for Oklahoma County clerk,” Johnson said. “When I first ran for sheriff more than two years ago, my desire was to bring fresh leadership and establish an atmosphere of trust and professionalism in the sheriff’s office. I know Maressa is committed to those same values, and that is exactly the type of leadership we need in the Oklahoma County clerk’s office. Maressa will restore a healthy workplace culture in the office, and I have no doubt she will always do the right thing for the people we are entrusted to serve.”
“I have known Maressa for more than 20 years, and know she has the integrity and persistence to run the Clerk’s office the right way,” said County Commissioner Brian Maughan. “She also has the right values to demand fiscal responsibility from the County Budget Board.”
“Maressa Treat is the right person to represent us in the Clerk’s office,” said County Commissioner Myles Davidson. “Her integrity and attention to detail makes her the ideal person to direct the office of the Oklahoma County Clerk.”
“Maressa Treat is the right choice for our next county clerk,” said Treasurer Butch Freeman. “She is a strong and principled conservative, and she needs your vote on February 14th.”
“Her team building experience is exactly what we need to serve taxpayers and continue leading County Government in Oklahoma,” said Larry Stein, Oklahoma County Assessor.
“I look forward to working alongside these dedicated public servants,” said Maressa Treat. “I appreciate their faith and trust, and am excited to be part of a team that will address the most pressing issues facing our county.”
The special primary election for the vacant Oklahoma County clerk position will be held February 14, 2023.
For more information on Treat’s campaign, visit www.maressatreat.com, or call (405) 633-1514.