Todd Thomsen embodies the spirit and

strength of our great state. A native

Oklahoman, he was raised in Sapulpa by his

mother and his father, a 35-year veteran of

the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.


After high school, Todd became a proud

Sooner, playing football for four years and

helping his team win the National

Championships in 1985 under famed coach

Barry Switzer. Thomsen graduated from OU with a degree in Management Information Systems and went to work for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, where he would spend the next 30 years guiding teen athletes and coaches in Southeast Oklahoma to a deeper relationship with Christ.


A trusted leader in the community, Thomsen was first elected to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2006, where he would serve the citizens of District 25 for the next twelve years. During this time he was chosen for various leadership roles, including leadership on the Utilities Committee and membership on the Energy and Natural Resources Committee. His appreciation and understanding of the economic infrastructure and resources of our great state is the driving factor in his run for Corporation Commission.

Thomsen currently resides in Ada where loves to spend time with his family.  His children, Menee, Aneli, Tovan, Tyde, and the late Tal, are a blessing and make every day exciting.

University of Oklahoma

  • Four-year starter for the Sooners as a punter and kickoff specialist,

  • Playing in the ‘85 National Championship, three Big Eight Championships, and two Orange Bowl Championships

  • Held the Orange Bowl punting record for many years. 

  • Was an Academic All-American and the recipient of the Jay Myers Award as a student athlete.


Todd Thomsen:  Proven Leadership

Oklahoma House of Representatives

  • Served for 12 years

  • Vice Chairman of Education Committee

  • Chairman of Higher Education Committee

  • Majority Whip

  • Chairman of Utilities Committee

  • Energy and Natural Resources Committee