The Oklahoma Democratic Party created Activist Hall of Fame in 2002, to recognize inductees for their commitment and hard work to help elect Democrats over multiple election cycles and improve the Oklahoma Democratic Party. Inductions are made annually to Oklahoma Democratic Party Hall of Fame.

Below are the 2015 inductees to the Oklahoma Democratic Party Activist Hall of Fame:

ChristieWebsizeChristy Breedlove

Christy Breedlove has been active in politics since she was a small child going to events at union halls, registration drives and working on campaigns with her mother. Christie currently serves on the Tulsa County Election Board as the Democratic Alternate, and has served as the Vice President of OK Cure, Sally’s List, and has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Renaissance Center for Women.

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Kenneth has a heart for public service, proven by his becoming active in local politics while in middle school when he attended his first precinct, county and state political conventions. He was elected as one of our state’s youngest legislators serving for twelve years as a Representative and Senator. He understands constituent services—helping those who need it most.

Mack Miller

Mack has served the Democratic Party faithfully and been generous with both his time and finances. His sincerity and devotion to his County, District and State Party are unwavering. He is an outspoken advocate for Democrats in the Third District.

Charles “Chuck” Allen

Chuck Allen was the founder and a former Chair of the Eastern Oklahoma County Democrats. He was an active precinct member and campaigner for Democratic causes. If there was a Democratic function, Chuck would always be there and always eager to help doing whatever needed to be done.

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Jenny has been one of the most active and productive Democratic activists in Central Oklahoma for the past several years. She is not only a tireless volunteer, but also one who is competent, cheerful and organized. As a member of the Central Committee, Jenny was respected for her thoughtful and reasoned comments and professional approach to executing the Party’s business.