1. In 2002, Mary Fallin was chosen by Brad Henry to become his running mate.
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4. Mary Fallin is the incumbent Governor of Oklahoma who is currently serving the second gubernatorial term since taking office on January 10, 2011 as the successor if Brad Henry.
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5. In 1994, Mary Fallin was elected to serve as the 14th Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma.
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7. Mary Fallin was not the only Republican governor to stand against the rule.
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15. Mary Fallin is part of a group of Republican governors who have said that they will refuse to comply with Environmental Protection Agency regulations to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change.
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20. In December 2016, Mary Fallin signed into law a bill to require all Oklahoma Department of Health-regulated entities, including restaurants, public buildings, hospitals, and small businesses, to install anti-abortion signs in their public restrooms by January 2018.
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21. In May 2016, Mary Fallin vetoed a bill passed by the Oklahoma State Legislature that would have made it a felony, punishable by up to three years in prison, to perform an abortion, except in instances to save the life of the mother.
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26. Mary Fallin appointed Dave Lopez Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce and Tourism and director of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce in 2011.
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28. Mary Fallin won the Republican nomination with 136,460 votes, ahead of her nearest challenger, State Senator Randy Brogdon, who received 98,159 votes.
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29. Mary Fallin resigned her position as Lieutenant Governors on January 2, 2007 in order to be sworn into Congress on January 4, 2007.
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33. In 1998, Mary Fallin served as chair of the National Lieutenant Governors Association.
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35. In 1995, Mary Fallin became the first woman and first Republican to be sworn in as lieutenant governor of Oklahoma, an office she would hold for 12 years.
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37. Mary Fallin holds a bachelor of science degree in human and environmental sciences, and family relations and child development from Oklahoma State University.
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38. In 1994, Mary Fallin was elected to serve as the 14th Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma; being elected to a total of three terms, she served under two different governors from 1995 to 2007.
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