Clayton Taylor​

A native Oklahoman, Taylor grew up on a small family ranch near Oktaha in Muskogee County. After graduating from Oklahoma State University in 1974, he began his career in Washington, D.C., working on the legislative staffs of five members of the U.S. House of Representatives. His political campaign background includes management responsibilities in Congressional, Gubernatorial and U.S. Presidential races, in addition to extensive international political campaign consulting work. After leaving Washington, Taylor spent the next 15 years working in corporate management, for 3 Fortune 500 Corporations. Since 1994, he has served as the principal of the Taylor Group and is a partner with his son Clay in the Oklahoma Lobby Group. His work is full-service lobbying and consulting, specializing in Oklahoma business issues. He has always been heavily involved in community activities in Oklahoma ranging from his early start as Oklahoma 4-H Club State President and continuing as a founder of Leadership Oklahoma. Other leadership positions have included Chairman of the Board for Rural Enterprises Institute of Oklahoma, President of Oklahoma City Rotary Club #29, Alumni President of Leadership Oklahoma City, Administrative Board Chairman of St. Luke’s Methodist Church, one of 6 founders and Past-President of Leadership Oklahoma. He was recognized by Oklahoma State University as a 2012 Distinguished Alumni. He is married to Marnie Taylor and they have two sons, Clay and Clark. Clay is married to Becky and they are parents to grandchildren Josie, Trip, and Jon-Peter. Clark currently resides in Crested Butte, Colorado.

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Clayton Taylor​