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Eisenhower grad has his eyes set on the District 64 seat

Jacobi Crowley plans to run for the District 64 seat when the filing period opens up in April. (Source Jacobi Crowley) Jacobi Crowley plans to run for the District 64 seat when the filing period opens up in April. (Source Jacobi Crowley)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –Another Lawton native is throwing his hat into the ring for a role in the state government.

Jacobi Crowley, a 23-year-old Eisenhower High School graduate, is running for the District 64 seat of the Oklahoma House of Representatives.

Crowley attended Southeastern Oklahoma State University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in special education and behavioral management. He currently works at Bridge Academy as a crisis interventionalist and is an assistant football coach at Eisenhower High School.

Crowley plans to run as a Democrat and will focus on education, new business growth and smart criminal justice reform.

Ward 2 Lawton City Councilman Keith Jackson also plans on running for the same seat. The two will be able to officially file for the race in April.

District 64 is currently held by Rep. Ann Coody. Coody has hit her term limit and is unable to run for the seat again.

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