Caddo man leads Oklahoma Democratic Party
Todd Goodman, a member of the Caddo Nation, is the first Native American to serve as chair of the Oklahoma Democratic Party.

Goodman, 36, grew up in a Democratic family. “I was working in campaigns when I was a teenager. We knocked doors together in high school," he tells Indian Country Today.

Goodman, who was elected to the post on July 11, hopes to unite Oklahoma Democrats. “In my speech at the state convention, I said from African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanic, rural and urban Democrats, we all have to get together and work together," he tells ICT.

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Caddo citizen becomes first Native chair of Oklahoma Democratic Party (Indian Country Today 8/25)