Kenneth Corn is a former member of the Oklahoma Senate, representing an electoral district that includes Sequoyah and Le Flore counties. He served as caucus chair for the Democratic caucus in the Oklahoma Senate. He previously served in the Oklahoma House of Representatives from 1998 to 2002 and served as the Democratic caucus secretary. He ran unsuccessfully for Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma losing to Republican Todd Lamb on November 2, 2010.
|Born:||Oct 8, 1976, Poteau, Oklahoma|
|Alma mater:||University of Oklahoma|
|Religion:||First Christian Church of Heavener|
About Kenneth Corn
This Democratic Party politician served in both the Oklahoma House of Representatives and the Oklahoma State Senate. He was elected to the former governing body when he was only twenty-two years old and to the latter at age twenty-five.
Kenneth Corn Before Fame
After graduating from the University of Oklahoma in 2005, he interned with the Oklahoma Senate's one-time President Pro Tempore.
Achievement of Kenneth Corn
In 2010, he ran for Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma but was ultimately defeated by Republican candidate Todd Lamb.
Kenneth Corn Family Life
He grew up in Poteau and Howe, Oklahoma as the son of Katy and Elester Corn.
Associations of Kenneth Corn
He and Andrew Rice both served in the Oklahoma State Senate during the first decade of the 21st Century.
Information related to Kenneth Corn
- Oklahoma State Senators
- Members of the Oklahoma House of Representatives
- University of Oklahoma alumni