My name is Charo Guillory and I am running as a Republican candidate for Oklahoma State House of Representatives District 41. 

My family and I reside in Piedmont, Oklahoma, and my children attend Piedmont Public Schools. My parents are Deaf. I am bilingual in American Sign Language and English. Growing up in Deaf culture brings a dual perspective that will benefit the seat I am seeking. I am a certified, highly qualified Sign Language Interpreter employed in diverse industries. These sectors are Western Heights Public School District, Sorenson Video Relay Service, and as a self-employed contractor with agencies, medical, and business entities. 

As a Special Education advocate, I have worked with the Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and hard of hearing communities. This incorporated dialogue between service providers, non-profits, advocates, agencies, and families that are impacted. I have worked on previous legislation regarding communication access for Deaf children and those who work in the education industry.

District 41 is a hot sector for economic development. As a self-employed contractor, I understand and respect the contributions of the businesses that have set roots here. I support our local businesses and want to implement investments that channels back into our communities. 

As your District 41 candidate, it would be an honor to represent and serve my communities. 




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    “Charo understands true diversity - of people, of ideas, and of businesses/careers. As a bilingual ASL/English, as a communication facilitator in diverse settings, Charo would be an asset to the House, where the communication of ideas is so critical for the legislative process and interactions with constituents.”

April 14, 2018

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    “Charo understands true diversity - of people, of ideas, and of businesses/careers. As a bilingual ASL/English, as a communication facilitator in diverse settings, Charo would be an asset to the House, where the communication of ideas is so critical for the legislative process and interactions with constituents.”