Treat was elected on January 11, 2011, in a special election to
replace Lt. Governor Todd Lamb as the state senator from District
encompasses northwest Oklahoma City and portions of Edmond and Deer
Creek. A few of the district’s landmarks are Oklahoma Christian
University, Mercy Hospital, Quail Springs Mall, Francis Tuttle Technology
Center, and the Baptist Retirement Village.
from Catoosa High School in 1996 where he excelled in academics
as well as athletics, Treat attended the University of Oklahoma
earning a political science and history degree and graduating with
honors earning him membership into the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa
honor society. During his time at OU, Treat worked several jobs
to help pay his way through school.
In 1999, Treat
was awarded the Cortez A.M. Ewing Fellowship which allowed him to
intern for any member of Congress or federal agency in Washington,
D.C. He chose to intern for then-Congressman Tom Coburn and was
assigned the task of scrutinizing the foreign relations bill. As
an intern, Treat uncovered wasteful spending that was successfully
removed from the foreign relations bill saving U.S. taxpayers millions
After graduating from OU, Treat was named legislative advisor to
former state Rep. Fred Morgan, R-Oklahoma City, who served as Minority
Leader at the time. In this capacity, Treat was trusted to research
and advise House members on important policy decisions. Treat left
to become legislative director for then-Lt. Governor Mary Fallin,
where he helped guide and implement her legislative agenda.
In 2004, Treat
went to work as regional director for Dr. Coburn’s successful
U.S. Senate campaign. Upon Coburn’s election as U.S. senator,
Treat was hired as a field representative and state government liaison.
He served in this capacity for six years, representing Dr. Coburn
in central Oklahoma and at the Oklahoma Capitol.
In 2010, Dr.
Coburn and the Republican Members of Oklahoma’s Congressional
delegation asked Treat to serve as executive director of the program.
As executive director of the Victory Program, Treat helped raise
more than $500,000, helped to register 28,000 new voters and lead
the effort as Republicans won every statewide elected office for
the first time in Oklahoma history.
and his wife Maressa reside in northwest Oklahoma City with their
two sons, Mason and Cooper, and daughter, Olivia. In his spare time, Treat
enjoys spending time with his family, playing sports, hunting, fishing
|Senator Greg Treat
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Rm. 427
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Executive Assistant: Janet Muller
District Information: District 47
Zip codes Represented
- 73008, 73013, 73120, 73132,
73134, 73142, and 73162.
Archives: 2013 |