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OIPA leaders part of Fallin's team

November 10, 2010
OIPA board member and Federal Committee Co-Chair Bob Sullivan has been tapped as an economic adviser by Gov.-elect Mary Fallin. Sullivan joins fellow OIPA board member and Devon Energy Chairman Larry Nichols, who Fallin asked to lead her transition team.

From The McCarville Report:

A week after winning election, Oklahoma Gov.-elect Mary Fallin has named several economic advisers charged with improving the state's business climate.

Fallin named Tulsa businessman Robert Sullivan Jr., owner of an independent oil and gas exploration company, as a special adviser to the governor on economic development. Sullivan will be charged with looking at Oklahoma's tax code and regulations affecting business development.

David Rainbolt, the president and CEO of BancFirst Corp, and Gary Sherrer, a former state representative, were also added to the economic team.
Lieutenant Gov.-elect Todd Lamb also was tapped to be Fallin's small business advocate in her cabinet.

On Monday, Fallin announced that Devon Energy Chairman Larry Nichols and state Senate President Pro Tem Glenn Coffee will lead the transition.

 
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