Representative Chris Kannady
District 91 -  Republican

Photo of Representative Chris Kannady
Capitol Address:
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Room  240
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 557-7337
Legislative Assistant:
Zach Swift
(405) 557-7337
Hometown

Oklahoma City

Measures Authored 2019
 
HB2362
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HB3718
HR1037

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Committees

Conference Committee on Judiciary, Chair
Judiciary, Chair
Appropriations and Budget
Conference Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
Conference Committee on Rules
Energy and Natural Resources
GCCA
Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget
Rules
Special Conference Committee

District Information

District 91

County(s) Represented in District

Cleveland

Municipality(s) Represented in District

Oklahoma City

Zipcode(s) Represented in District

73139, 73159, 73170

Year Elected

Year: 2014

Term Limited

Year: 2026

Biographical Information
PERSONAL:

Chris Kannady is an Oklahoman. His strong Oklahoma foundation allowed him to defend our country throughout the world. Chris graduated from the University of Oklahoma with three degrees: undergraduate, law and MBA. While at OU, he served as vice president, chair of the graduate student senate and president of the student body. While serving as a U.S. marine, Chris furthered his education with a master’s degree from George Washington University in national security and foreign relations.

After 9/11, Chris answered our country’s call to duty. He became a United States Marine. Within a few months after marrying his college sweetheart, he was deployed to Iraq. In Iraq, Chris was a prosecutor and handled detainee operations. Chris spent his years in the Marines traveling across the world and the U.S. He was deployed three times to Afghanistan and once to Iraq, amongst other military hotbeds throughout the world.

After a serious knee injury in Afghanistan, Chris left the Marines to come home. Although now a disabled veteran, Chris continued his service in the Oklahoma National Guard where he is a Lieutenant Colonel serving as a Staff Judge Advocate. With his wife, Renee, Chris is raising their young two children, Kannon and Shelby. Chris and Renee are raising their kids with the same foundation they had, with faith and love at the center of their lives. Today, Renee works at Children’s Hospital and Chris continues to help fellow veterans at Foshee and Yaffe.

LEGISLATIVE SERVICE:

House of Representatives, 55th Legislature to present