Pinnell Again Leads Fundraising Race for Lieutenant Governor

Conservative Leader Nearly Doubles Career Politician Opponents With More
Than $100,000 Raised in 4th Quarter and Over $580,000 Raised to Date

Tulsa, OK – Republican Lieutenant Governor candidate, entrepreneur, and small business owner Matt Pinnell announced today his campaign finished the fourth quarter fundraising period of 2017, raising $113,739.76 – nearly doubling the amount raised by his opponents combined.

“I am encouraged and incredibly grateful for the continued support from hardworking Oklahomans around our state,” said Pinnell. “It is clear voters are tired of the status quo – empty promises from career politicians who claim to have new ideas or a fresh perspective but are really only interested in climbing the next rung on the taxpayer-funded ladder.”

“Each and every day, we are crisscrossing the Sooner State – listening to voters, building our army of grassroots leaders in all 77 counties and sharing our vision of conservative leadership that Oklahoma families and small businesses deserve.”

A former chairman of the Oklahoma Republican Party and national grassroots leader for the Trump campaign, Pinnell has also earned an impressive list of conservative endorsements, including Congressman Jim Bridenstine, Congressman Steve Russell, philanthropist Ann Felton, Insurance Commissioner John Doak, former Republican National Committeemen Steve Fair and Lynn Windel, and the first Republican woman Floor Leader in state history, Pam Peterson.

A Conservative Who Will Fight for Us

Matt Pinnell is a proud Oklahoman who has devoted his professional career to advancing our conservative causes and principles. Matt served as the Oklahoma Republican Party Chairman, where he focused on charting a new course for the state party and helped deliver incredible victories for the hard-working men and women of Oklahoma and their families.

The youngest state Republican Party chairman in the country at the time of his election, Matt helped the party secure all five congressional seats and every statewide elected office simultaneously for the first time in Oklahoma history.

In 2013, Matt went to work for conservatives as National State Party Director at the Republican National Committee, helping elect a Republican majority to the U.S. Senate in 2014 and helping Donald Trump win the White House in 2016.

Matt and Lisa started a business in the kitchen of their Tulsa home, which has grown into an international business. As such, Matt Pinnell knows what it takes to fight for smaller government, less regulation, and a pro-growth business environment. As our next Lt. Governor, he will achieve that and more for Oklahoma families and job creators. To learn more visit,