Game Changer: Mary Sosa

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Mary has overcome many obstacles, as a woman of color, a single mother who was once homeless, and a domestic violence survivor, to be where she is today. Her story is a source of inspiration for countless Latinas and women in similar circumstances. She is also a retired Oklahoma City employee, grandmother, and a tireless community leader. In addition to her unique perspective, Mary would bring her fierce determination to lead and a genuine understanding of the struggles that Oklahoma's working class families’ face.

   
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State House of Representatives – Oklahoma’s 89th District – Open Seat.

   
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Mary Sosa has spent the last 33 years in South Oklahoma City as a dedicated public servant.

As president of her neighborhood association for six years, she helped secure two grants for security lighting throughout her community.

Mary volunteered with many noteworthy organizations including the American Red Cross, the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, and the Neighborhood Alliance.

   
       
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  • ★ 50% Representation

    Why should good government depend on only half of the nation’s human capital? WCF commits to 50% representation of women in elected office by 2028.

  • ★ Common Ground

    Common ground just means problems get solved more collaboratively, for the good of more people. It’s the bedrock of our leadership at home and abroad.

  • ★ Viability for Election

    It takes more than money to make a candidate worth electing. WCF looks for guts, street sense, situational awareness, resilience -- the full range of gifts a woman brings to the race.

  • ★ Non-Partisan

    A woman’s place is in every party, every elected office, at every level. Period.