State Federation Profile

NFRW Affiliation:1941
Local Clubs
Region 3
1,138 Total Members
71,566 Volunteer Hours


Oklahoma, one of the youngest states in the nation, admitted to the Union in 1907, was populated by Indians removed from the southeast in the 1880s, and land-hungry farmers in the land runs and lotteries of the 1890s. Most of these people were advocates of the principles of the Southern Democrat Party, which dominated Oklahoma politics for sixty years.

A Republican success during this time occurred in the wake of women's suffrage when, in 1920, Alice M. Robertson became the onlyOklahoma woman elected to Congress.

Congresswoman Robertson subsequently founded the first Oklahoma Republican Women's Club in Oklahoma City in 1921. There were few successes during the next 20 years, but the faithful few worked hard, served well, and grew with Oklahoma. In 1941, the Republican Women's Clubs in Oklahoma were federated. Since that time the Oklahoma Federation now has 27 clubs with over 1100 members. OFRW celebrated its 75th year in 2015.

Club members diligently serve in local, state and national campaigns and get out the vote programs. Many members have been elected to statewide offices and offices in their respective counties.

The Oklahoma First Ladies program honors outstanding Oklahoma Republican women at an annual luncheon and provides funding for the programs and contributions to Republican candidates.

Republican Women Care - Through "Caring for America" committees, local clubs serve their communities by participating in literacy projects, purchasing library books, supporting our troops in combat, helping needy families and helping to build houses for Habitat for Humanity, among others. They also contribute to the NFRW internship and scholarship programs.

Deb Davis
2104 N. Bluebird Lane
Altus, OK 73521

State President

Deb Davis registered as a Republican in 1972 at the age of 18. She became politically active in 1993 when she campaigned for J.C. Watts for Congress. This began her love for conservative politics. Since that time she has spent thousands of hours seeking candidates and working in their campaigns for school board, municipal, county, state and national offices. Deb has been Vice President for one term and President for three terms of the Southwest Oklahoma Republican Women. She was 2nd Vice President of the Oklahoma Federation of Republican Women for two terms and served one term as 1st Vice President before being elected State President in August 2015. Deb Davis was elected City Clerk/Treasurer for the City of Altus Oklahoma in 2011 where she still holds that office. She and her husband David have been married for 35 years. They have one son, Shane, who is married with one daughter.

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