Senator Eddie Fields - District 10
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Occupation: Cattle Rancher/Businessman
Education: B.S. in Agri-Business, Oklahoma State University
Legislative Experience: House Member 2008 - 2010; Senate Member 2010 - present
Hometown: Wynona, Oklahoma
Party: Republican 
Leadership: Assistant Majority Floor Leader

After serving two years in the Oklahoma House of Representatives in House District 36, Senator Eddie Fields was encouraged to run for the Oklahoma State Senate by friends, family and mentors. He was elected to his first Senate term of office on November 2, 2010, by the voters of Senate District 10. He is proud to serve the citizens of Osage County and portions of Kay County.

Eddie was born January 21, 1967, in Monterey, California, to Dennis and Jan Fields where his father was stationed with the National Guard at Ford Ord. He graduated from Wynona High School in Wynona, Oklahoma in 1985 and then received a Bachelor of Science in Agri-Business from Oklahoma State University in 1990. He married Christina (Guthrie) Fields on May 12, 1990, in Vici, Oklahoma. They have made their home in northeastern Oklahoma for over twenty-six years and have three daughters, Tailor, Jacie and Tristan. Christina is a 4th grade teacher at Cleveland Public Schools and has served Oklahoma’s public school system for twenty-three years. They are members of the First Baptist Church of Wynona.

A third-generation Osage County cattle rancher and businessman, Eddie is president of Fields Ranch, Inc., a family ranch established in 1952. Eddie has served on the Osage County Farm Bureau Board, as president of the Osage County Cattlemen’s Association and director of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association. He also served on the school board for Wynona Public Schools for fourteen years. He is a member of the Osage County Farm Bureau, a life-time member of the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association and American Quarter Horse Association, and the Oklahoma Quality Beef Network.

During his tenure in the House, he served on the Agriculture, Transportation, Wildlife, and Education Appropriation Committees. In 2011, he was named Chairman of the Senate Agriculture and Rural Development Committee and Vice Chair of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Natural Resources and Regulatory Services. In 2014 and 2016, he was selected Assistant Majority Floor Leader.. For 2017-2018, he will serve as Vice Chairman of Appropriations, Chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Natural Resources and Regulatory Services, and Chairman of Rules. He also serves on the Agriculture and Wildlife, Education, and Energy committees.

He continues to use his agriculture and ranching experience for critical lawmaking decisions. He is a key member of the Republican Rural Caucus where significant agricultural producers' issues are protected by those Senators whose districts are mainly comprised of rural communities. In 2011, Eddie was appointed by Senate President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman to serve on the National Conference of State Legislature’s Agriculture and Energy Committee and the Environment Committee. He also served the Southern Legislative Conference on the Agriculture and Rural Development Committee. Eddie served as 2nd Vice President of State Agriculture and Rural Leaders (SARL) for two years, an elected positon of state and provincial legislators.

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Capitol Address
District Address
Senator Eddie Fields
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Rm. 526
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 521-5581
Executive Assistant: Cindy Stevens


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District Information: District 10

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Zip codes Represented

  • 74001, 74002, 74003, 74022, 74035, 74051, 74054, 74056, 74060, 74063, 74070, 74073, 74084, 74126, 74601, 74604, 74631, 74632, 74633, 74637, 74641, 74646, 74647, 74650, 74652, and 74653.


Counties Represented:

  • Kay
  • Osage

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