About

Meet the
Mullin Family

A Rancher. A Businessman. Not A Politician

 

A True Citizen

A true citizen legislator, Markwayne Mullin was elected in 2012 to serve Oklahoma’s Second District. He brings a lifetime of experience as a businessman, a family man and a rancher to Congress and is leading the fight against overregulation that is killing jobs and against reckless deficit spending.

 

Rural Roots

Markwayne is always true to his rural Adair County roots while in Washington, D.C. He knows he is in Congress to challenge the status quo and to make the necessary decisions that the career politicians are unwilling to make. Markwayne brings a strong dose of Oklahoma common sense and self-reliance to our nation’s capital.

Traditional Values

Markwayne is committed to his family, to his faith and to the strong work ethic that helped him and his wife Christie build one of the most successful plumbing and service companies in the region – employing over 120 Oklahomans. He believes that by balancing the budget, removing the obstacles government puts up for entrepreneurs and by protecting traditional values we can regain our country.

Limited Government and Freedom

In Congress, Markwayne represents to the conservative Oklahoma principles of limited government and freedom. He has voted to defund and eliminate Obamacare and to defend our cherished traditional values and the sanctity of life.

Proud Cherokee

Markwayne and Christie Mullin were high school sweethearts and they have five children: Jim, Andrew, Larra and twin girls, Lynette and Ivy. They live on the same property in Westville, Oklahoma where Markwayne grew up. A proud Cherokee citizen, Markwayne is one of only two Native American Members of Congress.

 

Rancher. Businessman.

In Congress, Markwayne represents the conservative Oklahoma principles of limited government and freedom. He has voted to defund and eliminate Obamacare and to defend our cherished traditional values and the sanctity of life.

Always Pro-Life

As the father of five amazing children, I know that life is a gift from God and begins at the moment of conception. I will always vote to protect the sanctity of life – from conception to natural end. I am honored to have consistently…

Immigration

Any solution to our broken immigration system must first contain strong border protections and must not allow amnesty. Border security is a national security issue and we must be able to protect Americans from dangerous criminals and terrorists. Safety net programs for legal U.S. citizens…

Veterans Issues

America made commitments to its military and it falls upon all of our shoulders to ensure our nation honors those commitments. One of those soldiers is my grandfather, Kenneth “Cowboy” Morris, a World War II veteran who was part of the D-Day invasion in 1944.…