VIDEO: Senator Lankford Announces Senate Office Locations
WASHINGTON, DC – Senator James Lankford (R-OK) today announced his three permanent office locations in Oklahoma and Washington D.C. and released a video describing the five month transition from temporary to permanent office space at the U.S. Capitol. Lankford and staff moved into a permanent office in Washington D.C. and Tulsa this week.
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Freshman senators are given temporary office space at the beginning of their term. Senator Lankford was officially sworn in as the 18th Senator from the State of Oklahoma on January 6th and was immediately placed into temporary office space in the basement of the Dirksen building at the U.S. Capitol. The office selection and transition process can take up to six months and most freshmen and their staff work out of the temporary space in a basement or trailer until their permanent office is ready for them after office reshuffling.
The Tulsa office moved into another space in the same building at The Remington Tower that wasn’t originally available in January.
Permanent Offices of Senator James Lankford:
- Tulsa Office: The Remington Tower, 5810 East Skelly Drive, Suite 1000, Tulsa, OK 74135
- OKC Office: 1015 North Broadway Avenue, Suite 310, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
- Washington D.C. Office: 316 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510