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Retired ADA announces candidacy for District 64

Rande Worthen (Source Rande Worthen) Rande Worthen (Source Rande Worthen)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –Retired Assistant District Attorney Rande Worthen has filed to run for State House District 64 as a Republican.

Worthen served as an assistant district attorney in Comanche and Cotton counties since 1987. He says he’s had countless opportunities to serve people, mentor young people who made a “foolish” choice and bring justice to victims.

Worthen says he’s committed to protecting freedom and the American way of life.

House District 64 is currently filled by Ann Coody, but she will not be able to run again because of term limits.

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