Cheryl Baber is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney and a lifelong Republican running for State Senate District 35 to bring new, positive leadership to the Capitol. Cheryl has spent her career in the judicial system defending the Constitution. Now, she is running to be your common-sense conservative voice in the State Senate for District 35. Learn more about Cheryl's story.
Cheryl Baber is a Tulsa attorney who enjoys life with her CPA husband, Chuck, and their two sons, Grant and Luke. She grew up in Walters, Oklahoma, in the Cooper family. She initially attended Oklahoma City University. Cheryl transferred to Midwestern State University, where she received a Rotary Foundation International Scholarship to study International Affairs in Geneva, Switzerland. Cheryl later obtained a law degree at Columbia University School of Law in New York. Cheryl began her legal career in Oklahoma at Crowe & Dunlevy, but she eventually left private practice to work as a law clerk for federal judges.
Cheryl then served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Oklahoma. Cheryl is currently a volunteer attorney with Tulsa Lawyers for Children. Cheryl has served as an officer and committee chair for the Cascia Hall Parent Faculty Association. Cheryl was a delegate to the Republican National Convention in 2016. Cheryl loves playing tennis, and she and her husband regularly attend University of Tulsa football and basketball games. Cheryl's husband Chuck is a proud OSU and TU Alumni. Cheryl and Chuck attend First Baptist Church of Tulsa, where they continue to serve in various roles and on numerous committees. Their two sons attended Eliot Elementary School, where they still keep up with many in the community today.
Assistant US Attorney. Wife & Mother. Leader.
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I’m a conservative Republican who believes that government should be limited, markets should be free, and people should be empowered by a good education and a good economy.
Cheryl Baber, Candidate for State Senate District 35