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Oklahoma Governor Stitt & Education Leaders Sign Moms for Liberty “Parent Pledge”

The nationwide advocacy group for the empowerment of parents, Moms for Liberty, is highlighting that Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt expressed his support for parental empowerment in public education by signing the Moms for Liberty “Parent Pledge.” Additional influential Oklahoma elected officials and education leaders signed the pledge which says a candidate for public office will “honor the fundamental rights of parents, including, but not limited to the right to direct the education, medical care and moral upbringing of their children.” Those who signed the Moms for Liberty “Parent Pledge” include:

Governor Kevin Stitt

Secretary of Education Ryan Walters

Oklahoma Senator Nathan Dahm

Oklahoma Senator David Bullard

Mayor of Broken Arrow Debra Wimpee

Vice Mayor of Broken Arrow Christi Gillespie

Tulsa Public School Board Member E’Lena Ashley

Broken Arrow Public School Board Member Debbie Taylor

Co-Founders Tina Descovich and Tiffany Justice said, “Thank you to Governor Stitt and the Oklahoma education leaders who signed the “Parent Pledge” recognizing a parents’ fundamental right to direct the upbringing of their child! We are thrilled that so many elected officials are giving voters the information they need to decide who to support on November 8th. Transparency and accountability in education will help to improve educational outcomes for all children.”

Janice Danforth, Tulsa County, OK Chapter Chair said, “I’m proud of Oklahoma and how so many leaders in our state are waking up to the issues that we are seeing in education across the nation. These leaders are embracing Moms for Liberty in Oklahoma with open arms, listening to our concerns, and honoring the role that parents play in the education of their children.”


Moms for Liberty is dedicated to fighting for the survival of America by unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government. Moms for Liberty now has 240 chapters across 42 states around the country.