|Libertarian Party of Oklahoma|
At-Large Representative, Legislative Dir.
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Lynda Steele is a Libertarian activist and an At-Large Representative in the Oklahoma Libertarian Party. A 12-year veteran of the Oklahoma National Guard, she became its first female artillery soldier in 2016. Lynda is an advocate for family law reform, particularly as it relates to fathers' rights, with extensive involvement in the legal system. Following her race for Oklahoma Attorney General in 2022, wherein she gathered 26.24% of the vote, she was appointed in 2023 by the OKLP State Executive Committee as interim Legislative At-Large Representative, where her role involves not only representing the OKLP membership, but working closely with the Chair on legislative matters of interest to the Party.
- Legislative At-Large Representative (2023-present)
2022 Campaign for the Oklahoma Attorney General
On April 15, 2022, Lynda filed to run in the statewide Oklahoma Attorney General race. The race drew no Democratic candidate, resulting in a two-way race with a Republican. With a campaign message including court reform, tribal sovereignty, and defense of reproductive rights, Lynda received over 281,000 votes, breaking the record for highest vote percentage in Oklahoma Libertarian election history and helping secure ballot access through 2026.
- Founder, Director at Furnishing Fatherhood
- Executive Director at A Child's Worth