Todd Lamb, an Enid native, and Monica, a school teacher, have been married 22 years and have two children, Griffin and Lauren.
Lamb is a proven and conservative leader. A former special agent with the U.S. Secret Service, Lamb has always taken on leadership positions, including being president of his secret service academy class. As a special agent, Lamb was responsible for developing detailed plans, and contingency plans, a skill we need at the state capitol. Lamb’s private sector experience includes working as a petroleum landman and as an executive in the telecommunications industry.
Elected to the State Senate in 2004 and as Lt. Governor in 2010, Lamb has successfully championed a conservative agenda and has been recognized as a proven pro-life leader and advocate for economic growth. Lamb helped override a gubernatorial veto of important pro-life legislation as well as pass meaningful tort and workers’ compensation reforms to improve the business climate in Oklahoma. In 2012 was named recipient of the Christian Business Men’s Coalition Salt and Light Award. The Lambs attend Quail Springs Baptist Church where Todd serves as a deacon and Sunday school teacher.