Conservative Businessman. Faithful Family man.
Cody Rogers started his paving construction company in 2015 with a hardhat and a $5,000 loan. Since then, he has built it into a successful enterprise, where he currently employs dozens of Oklahomans and manages million-dollar projects. Prior to working in road construction, Rogers worked in the oil & gas industry managing large budgets across multiple states, gaining government regulatory experience. He wants to use his business experience to get government out of the way and off of our back. Cody Rogers is a Conservative Republican who is pro-life, pro-education, pro-constitution, and pro-fiscal responsibility. Cody believes we need more pragmatic leadership in the legislature and less special interest control – and that’s exactly what he plans to bring to the Oklahoma legislature.
"I'm running to win back our district, so we once again have a solid conservative voice at the Capitol. I hope to earn your vote."
Cody Rogers has pledged to reject any OUT OF STATE SPECIAL INTEREST MONEY because he believes to represent Senate District 37, our state senator must be accountable to their constituents. Cody has chosen to primarily self-fund his campaign for State Senate and being backed by conservative like-minded individuals or associations. He has never sought political office in the past, saying "I am running to be an example to my children on how to be a true citizen legislator. Too often, we elect people with good intentions but once they get to the Capitol, they get caught up in their title and forget the reason they got elected. We need more unapologetic conservatives. Our principles are all we have to ensure good outcomes, but too often our legislators take them for granted. Right now, we have government regulations on the books that are stifling economic growth. I witness it every day in my own construction business relating to Oklahoma's struggling infrastructure. We have to put people in place who have real-world knowledge of what it takes to put the right dynamics in place to get our state economy roaring again. We don't need more lawyers or doctors at the Capitol -- we need real-world businessmen who interact with the economy and regulations every day. I'm not running to make speeches; I'm running to get things done for the families of District 37."