Serving during some of Oklahoma’s most challenging economic times, Burrage worked to prioritize available resources to do the greatest good possible, with a focus on protecting our most at-risk citizens, including the seniors, veterans, children and small businesses in Rogers and Mayes Counties.
“I believe that the ultimate measure of a good public servant is how strongly they stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves and how tenaciously they protect the most vulnerable members of our communities. If that is the measuring stick of my work here in the State Senate, then I think I’ve been pretty successful.”
Burrage has a law practice in Claremore, where he makes his home with his wife Carole and their two sons, Truman, age 17 and Carter, age 9. He’s looking forward to attending more high school basketball games and fewer committee meetings.