Carri Hicks is an American politician who has served in the Oklahoma Senate from the 40th district since 2018.Prior to running for political office, Hicks was an elementary schoolteacher. She defeated business consultant Daniel Ezell in the Democratic Party primary held in June 2018, then won the general election against Republican candidate Joe Howell and political independent Christopher Hensley. Hicks was sworn into office on November 14, 2018.
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