ABOUT TODD LAMB
Leadership by Example
Senator Todd Lamb was elected to his first term in the Oklahoma Senate on November 2, 2004 by the voters of Senate district 47 representing NW Oklahoma City and Edmond. Senator Lamb was re-elected without opposition in 2008.
After playing football at Louisiana Tech University, Lamb returned to Oklahoma earning his bachelor's degree from Oklahoma State University and his law degree from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
In 1993, Senator Lamb worked on the campaign staff of gubernatorial candidate Frank Keating. Upon Keating's election, Lamb worked alongside the Governor for four years. During his time in the Governor's office, Lamb traveled to all of Oklahoma's 77 counties, almost half of the United States, and 2 foreign countries promoting Governor Keating's pro-growth economic agenda. Senator Lamb served in the Keating Administration from 1994 until 1998.
In 1998, Senator Lamb became a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service. He was elected president of his Secret Service Academy class and graduated with special recognition. During his U.S. Secret Service tenure, Lamb investigated and made numerous arrests in the areas of counterfeiting, bank fraud, threats against the President, and identity theft. His duties included domestic and international protection assignments during the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations. In 2000, Lamb was a site supervisor for George W. Bush's presidential campaign. In early 2001, he was appointed to the national Joint Terrorism Task Force, where he received training and briefings at the CIA, FBI, and Secret Service headquarters in Washington, D.C. After the terrorists' attacks, he was assigned to portions of the 9-11 investigation.
Senator Lamb departed the U.S. Secret Service in 2002 in order to spend more time with his wife and young family. Upon leaving the U.S. Secret Service, he accepted a position on the staff of United States Senator Don Nickles.
In 2009, Senator Lamb became the first Republican Majority Floor Leader in state history. He has worked as a landman in Oklahoma's energy industry, been an adjunct college professor and, in addition to his Senate service, is General Counsel for an energy and wireless company in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Senator Lamb and his wife Monica have been married 15 years and have two children, Griffin and Lauren. The Lambs are active members of Quail Springs Baptist Church, where Senator Lamb serves as a church deacon. Senator Lamb is a member of the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Athletic Association and officiates high school football. He is active in many other civic and political organizations. In his spare time, Senator Lamb enjoys fishing, hunting, reading, and spending time with his family.