Chuck HoskinTwenty-First Century Democrats
"Experience and hard work are traits that make a leader.The ability to inspire others makes you a great leader." Chuck is a member of many communities; he is a Cherokee, a union man, a small business owner, and a father.He
understands the needs of everyday American families and he
wants their voices to be heard in the Oklahoma House of Representatives
"My vision for America is a country in which every man, woman, and child wakes up every morning free from fear of hunger, crime, violence, and war."- Chuck Hoskin
What Makes Chuck an Extraordinary, Visionary Leader?Chuck
believes America need an unprecedented investment in its citizens and in its infrastructure.He
believes in a universal healthcare system, to care for the lives of every American; he
believes in state-of-the-art conservation technology, to preserve American lands; and he
believes in providing full funding for school programs, to lay the foundations of a new American future.
time on the Cherokee Council
helped bring many of these reforms to his
people, establishing new health clinics and scholarship programs, as well as initiating the largest infrastructural investments in the history of his
would represent the 6th District with integrity and skill and has the support of leaders throughout his
...Chuck Hoskin, a member of the Cherokee Nation, a veteran of the Navy, and an educator, is committed to promoting better education and an improved lifestyle in northeastern Oklahoma.
A lifetime resident of District 6 and an activist within his
has proven his
ability to produce results.
A schoolteacher and principal for 17 years, Chuck's commitment to his
community is unquestioned and his
knowledge of the issues that affect Oklahomans is unmatched.In addition to his positive contributions to children's lives in Vinita and Locust Grove, Hoskin has served on boards that promote children's wellbeing nationwide: on the Board of Directors for the National Head Start Association (Governmental Affairs Committee) and a member of the National Indian Education Association and the National Indian Head Start Association.Chuck Hoskin, a longtime union man (National Association of Letter Carriers, Iron Workers Local #584), proud father of an attorney for the National Labor Relations Board, and a small business owner, understands the needs of Oklahoma's workers.
Good work and a good education are the foundations of a good life, and Hoskin's
service to working families and to education demonstrates a commitment to values shared by all northeastern Oklahomans.