Collin Duel takes oath of office for House of Representatives

Collin Duel (pictured in the center wearing a red tie) was sworn into office for his first term of the Oklahoma House of Representatives.

Collin Duel was one of ninety-four members of the Oklahoma House of Representatives that took their oaths of office on Nov. 16, in the House Chamber.

The oath was administered by the Honorable Richard Darby, Chief Justice of the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

“Thank you House District 31 for sending me to the State Capitol to serve you,” Duel said. “I’m excited to get to work on your behalf and honored that you have entrusted me with such a great responsibility.”

The House will consist of 81 Republicans and 20 Democrats. Duel is one of 16 new members and 85 returning members.

Duel (R-Guthrie) was joined by his wife Hannah, daughter Eleanor, and son Aaron at the swearing-in ceremony.

“I’m excited for the 59th legislative session to start and am looking forward to doing great things for the state of Oklahoma,” Duel added.

The full House will officially convene for an organizational day on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023, and the First Session of the 59th Legislature reconvenes on Monday, Feb. 6.


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