Oklahomans for Responsible Government (OFRG) today announced the addition of Mark Liotta to the organization’s Board of Directors. Liotta is a former state representative from Tulsa and is currently employed as a Tulsa County Highway Superintendent.
"I am looking forward to supporting OFRG and their efforts to make Oklahoma government more efficient and open to the taxpayers," said Liotta. Mark was elected to a northeast Tulsa House seat for five terms from 1996 to 2006.
As a Representative, Liotta served in numerous positions of leadership, including Republican Caucus Chairman and First Assistant Majority Floor Leader, and he frequently presided over the House floor.
"Mark Liotta is an exciting addition to our board, bringing a strong background of legislative expertise, along with demonstrated fiscal responsibility." said Brian Downs, Executive Director for OFRG. "He is well respected on both sides of the political aisle."
Liotta served as Chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee on General Government and Transportation, writing the budgets of over 20 state agencies totaling nearly a half billion dollars.
He also currently serves an appointment by Governor Henry as Chairman of the Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council. He and his wife, Alice, reside in Tulsa and have 5 children.
Oklahomans for Responsible Government is a 501(c)(4) organization dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility, transparency, and accountability in state government. For more information, visit www.ofrg.org.