Lucas Welcomes Brad Morris to Washington, D.C. Office

May 15, 2012

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Frank Lucas welcomes Brad Morris, an Oklahoma State University graduate to his Washington, D.C. staff.

Morris, a Northlake, Texas native, was recently hired to serve as Lucas’ staff assistant where he will tend to the basic office duties and assist constituents when they call Lucas’ Washington office. Additionally, Morris will organize tours and manage the internship program.

“It is a pleasure to welcome Brad to my staff,” said Lucas. “With his past work experience and education in political science at OSU, I know he will be a tremendous asset to my staff and the constituents of Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District.”

Morris previously worked for Oklahoma State University Undergraduate Admissions as a campus tour guide. In the summer of 2011, he interned for Congresswoman Kay Grainger where he gained experience in constituent services. In May 2012, Morris graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science.

“I am excited to be working for Congressman Lucas,” said Morris. “I am very thankful for this opportunity to serve the people of the third district.”

Morris is the son of Dana and Brenda Morris and the grandson of James McKee Jr. and Marie Render.


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