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Meet Mark

Mark Stonecipher is a lifelong resident of Oklahoma City and believes that neighborhood associations are one of the most vital parts for a strong and successful Oklahoma City. Prior to his election, Mark was intricately involved in the life of this city by serving as President of two different neighborhood associations, serving on the Board of Adjustment and serving as a member of Mayor Cornett’s task force revising the OKC Charter, which is Oklahoma City’s governing document. Mark has served as the Vice Mayor of Oklahoma City and has worked closely with Mayor Holt on some of the most important issues facing the city, including most recently the hiring of our new City Manager, Craig Freeman. Because of the strong and successful relationship between Mark and Mayor Holt, Mayor Holt has chosen to endorse Mark for re-election. Since his election in 2015, Mark has worked non-stop to improve Ward 8 by dramatically increasing the number of resurfaced roads, building new soccer fields for our children and building a new 131-acre park. He has also obtained an additional $3.5 million for an expansion of our new senior wellness center and, as a member of city council, is overseeing the hiring of an additional 129 police officers and 57 firefighters to make our community safer. In addition to what roadwork has recently been completed, and the current work being performed, efforts are underway for an additional 52 miles in Ward 8. Over the last four years, Mark has worked closely with our Mayors, Jim Couch, and city staff and department heads. As a result, Mark currently serves on the Water Utilities Trust, the Riverfront Redevelopment Authority, and the OKC Economic Development Committee, and he chairs the Annexation and De-annexation Committee and the Judiciary Committee. Recently, Mark gained approval for the construction of the 131-acre Lone Oak Park which will be located west of Hefner Parkway between NW 150th and NW 164th. He also gained city council approval for a $5 million renovation to the North OKC Soccer fields at Cameron Park. In 2017, in conjunction with the Neighborhood Alliance, Mark conducted a leadership seminar at City Hall to help groom OKC’s future leaders. Mark also worked closely with neighborhood associations to improve our Ward 8 quality of life. Mark has authored and revised important city laws and policies, including strict ordinances to better protect our citizens from vicious stray animals, greater transparency in city government, and faster response times for permitting and inspector approvals. Mark’s civic engagement has not been limited to supporting neighborhoods and the city. His past and present civic and professional organizations include: City Care, Whiz Kids, OK Bar Association Board of Governors, University of Oklahoma College of Law Alumni Association and Oklahoma City University Alumni Association. Mark is honored to be endorsed by Mayor David Holt, and Mark’s Steering Committee consists of former mayors Mick Cornett and Ron Norick, as well as noted civic leaders Tricia Everest, Rhonda Hooper and Tim McLaughlin. A graduate of Heritage Hall high school, Mark received his undergraduate degree from Oklahoma City University and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Oklahoma. He is an attorney with the Fellers Snider Law firm and practices in the areas of oil and gas, land use, environment, and business law. Mark has been married to his wife, Debbie, for 36 years. They have lived in Ward 8 almost 30 years, and are members of Crossings Community Church.

Mark's Priorities

Mark's Priorities

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Mark is a conservative who wants our local government to stay focused on its core functions: public safety and infrastructure. By doing these two things well, we can create an economic climate which encourages job growth and helps families. We do not grow our city just to grow our city – we grow our city so all of us can enjoy an improved quality of life.  Remember to check Mark Stonecipher on February 14th!

Mark Stonecipher’s goals for a next term include:


Keeping the promises made to voters by the city

  • Finishing the MAPs 4 projects on budget and of high quality

  • Fulfilling the commitments of the recent public safety and street initiative

Promoting Neighborhoods

  • Actively decreasing the number of vacant and abandoned buildings

  • Increasing neighborhood patrols by police

  • Investing in neighborhood infrastructure

Growing and Diversifying our Economy

  • Expanding quality education opportunities and training

  • Creating an environment where local small businesses can grow

  • Continuing to recruit high paying jobs like those in aerospace, manufacturing and information services

Collaborating and Working with Other Local Governments

  • Finding appropriate and innovative ways for our city to cooperate with our local school districts

  • Building on the relationship with county governments

  • Continuing to partner with neighboring communities

Focusing on Infrastructure

  • Securing access to a reliable, long-term water supply

  • Aggressively tackling potholes and problem intersections

  • Reducing commute times for families

Making City Government Even More Efficient

  • Maintaining AAA bond rating

  • Increasing funds held in emergency reserve

  • Continually evaluating cost-benefit of services

Ward 8

Where is Ward 8?

If you live in the shaded area, you live in Ward 8.

Even if you don't live in Oklahoma County, you may still live in Oklahoma City. (One way to know is by knowing who provides your sewer, water and trash service). 


Tell your Ward 8 family and friends to check Mark Stonecipher on their ballot box on February 14th!

Mark's Supporters
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Mark's Supporters

Mark Stonecipher’s campaign steering committee is comprised of former mayors Mick Cornett and Ron Norick as well as civic leaders Rhonda Hooper and Tim McLaughlin. 

Keep checking back as more endorse Mark Stonecipher.


Campaign Chair 

Ron Norick

Janet Akers

Dave Amis 

Mark Beffort 

Clay Bennett 

Tom Blanton 

Andy Bogert 

Vicky Bogert 

Todd Booze 

Cassie Bowen 

Charlie Bowen 

Bob Brock 

Linda Brock 

Gary Brooks 

Joel Bryant 

Deane Burnett

John R. Burnett 

Lori Byrd 

Tommy Byrd 

Dr. Chris Carey 

Ruth Carey

Councilman Bradley Carter

Greg Castro 

Jane Childress

Lonnie Childress

Dennis Clowers 

Rhonda Coast 

Luke Corbett 

Mick Cornett

Kenna Cornman 

Jim Couch 

Nolan Coyle 

Jeana Craig 

Kailan Craig 

Shawn Craig

Scott Cravens 

Mark Davenport

Don Douglas 

Jana Drummond 

Carl Edwards 

Tom Fanning 

Clay Farha 

Hossein Farzaneh 

Jalal Farzaneh 

Mohammed Farzaneh 

Brian Ferguson 

Carter Foree

Cindy Fulkerson 

Shawn Fulkerson 

Doug Fuller

Susie Fuller 

Billy Garrett

Kim Garrett

Pat Garrett 

Robert Gibson 

Mike Giles 

Vicki Gourley

Fred Hall 

Kirk Hall 

Arlen Halvorson 

Linda Haneborg

David Harlow 

Judy Hatfield 

Frank Hill

Erica Hogan 

Randy Hogan 

Rhonda Hooper 

Jim Hopper 

Kris Hopper 

Dick Horton 

Pastor Bill Hulse 

Dusty Hutchinson 

Tim Johnson 

Carol Kaspereit 

Don Kaspereit 

Bryan King 

Michelle Kirby 

Hank Kraft 

Michele Kraft 

Bradley Krieger

Bill Lance 

Guy Liebmann

Judy Liebmann 

Kay Lindsay 

David Lopez

Lu Ann Stout Margo

Gary Marrs 

Judy Marrs 

JW Masburn 

JoAnn McAtee

Larry McAtee 

Carol McCoy

Hugh McCoy 

Tom McDaniel 

Gene McKown 

Richard McKown 

Vernon McKown 

Liz McLaughlin

Tim McLaughlin 

Mike Means 

Nicole Miller 

Anthony Mirzaie 

Rick Moore

John Nail

Larry Nichols 

Cheryl Noble 

Don Noble 

Gabi Noble 

Tommy Noble 

Kandy Norick 

Cathy O'Conner 

Paul Odom 

Becky Pitt 

Brook Plank 

Mary Pointe-Blankenship

Ford Price 

David Rainbolt 

Zack Roach 

Billy Robinson 

Cindy Robinson 

Teresa Rose 

Meg Salyer 

Jason Schuff 

Brian Schwarz 

Deborah Senner

Greg Slavonic

Tim Smith 

Tim Strange 

Richard Tanenbaum 

Bill Teater 

Belva Templeton 

Darrell Templeton 

Sean Trauschke 

Maressa Treat 

Senator Greg Treat

Paul Trimble 

Erin Trussell 

Bryan Kim Turner 

Tony Tyler 

Jeff Van Hoose

Mark Van Landingham 

Nathan Walters 

John West 

Kathy Williams 

Anne Wilson 

Marsha Yocum 

Randy Yocum


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