P.O Box 54891
Oklahoma City, OK 73154
Leslie Bonebreak is a fifth generation Oklahoman, dedicated wife and mother of three boys and two rescue dogs. She has been serving her community for over 15 years as a family and environmental activist. She has served as the treasurer of a 250 home addition for four years and is currently serving her third year as the HOA President. Leslie worked tirelessly for 3 years to have Proposition 2, for curbside recycling in Moore, on the November 2016 ballot. Leslie Bonebreak has been working for Moore and is now running to continue serving the people of House District 53 as the State Representative.
Leslie is running on an economic platform, to ensure opportunities for a comfortable lifestyle for all working class citizens. Her platform is built on the three E’s: Education, Environment, and Equality. Sustainable funding for public schools can be secured by raising the GPT, creating a state income tax bracket system that does not place the burden on the middle class, and repealing the Capital Gains Tax Break. Let our teachers do their best by eliminating high stakes testing and TLE, and by paying them and support staff a proper wage and benefits. Investing in our future leaders is paramount.
The environment in Oklahoma is regulation free. While that benefits a few businesses it diminishes our natural beauty. Oklahoma sits over large fresh water aquifers that cannot be replenished. We allow waste runoff into our rivers and streams. If we do not protect our water now, we may not have much in twenty years. Let’s see our energy field workers transitioned to clean energy to maintain their proud industry while honoring our beautiful state and its resources. It’s time for Oklahoma to build upwards, not expand out.
Our justice systems have become reliant on court fees and minimum bed fill rates which has caused Oklahoma to have the highest incarceration rate in the world for both men and women. Mental illness, poverty, and addiction are not crimes. We would save money and lives by helping our fellow Oklahoman before their issues become burdensome to society by accepting Medicaid expansion to open up our rural hospitals and clinics. This will reduce our insurance premiums and give people affordable access to medical care when needed. Drug court programs are only a quarter of what it costs to incarcerate a person annually.
Leslie Bonebreak believes that representing people is a calling and a duty. Public servants like her only answer to citizens of our great state and not business or special interest. She humbly asks for your vote on November 6th. Bonebreak2018.com
Focused on economics and the 3 Es, education, environment, and equality.