Game Changer: Kay Floyd

Kay Floyd

   
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In her two years in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, Kay already has a long list of accomplishments, including two major pieces of legislation that protect women and their families. As the first openly LGBT woman to serve in the Oklahoma legislature, she is also a testament to the power of having different perspectives at the decision-making table.

   
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Oklahoma State Senate – Oklahoma’s 46th District – Open Seat.

   
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In 2012, Kay became the first openly lesbian candidate to be elected to the Oklahoma legislature.

In 2014, she wrote and helped pass House Bill 2526, a law that empowers victims of domestic violence to seek further assistance from law enforcement and victim advocacy organizations.

Kay also coauthored House Bill 1623, which provides training for students and teachers to better detect suicide warning signs.

Before being elected to the state legislature, Kay was the Assistant Attorney General for the State of Oklahoma.

Additionally, she was the Deputy Executive Director of the Oklahoma Horse Racing Commission.

Kay previously served as an Administrative Law Judge and a Special Municipal Court Judge for Oklahoma City, making her one of the youngest women in Oklahoma history to receive a judicial appointment.

   
       
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