The McCarville Report

Ethics Commission Hires Former Senator’s Daughter

The Oklahoman

The assistant general counsel for the Oklahoma Bar Association will be the top attorney for the state Ethics Commission.

Commissioners voted 5-0 on Wednesday to hire Debbie Maddox as the agency’s general counsel.

Maddox, of Oklahoma City, will succeed Rebecca Adams, who held the post 21 years until she left the agency in November. Maddox, who will start her new duties in about two weeks, will be paid an annual salary of $96,000.

She is the daughter of former state Sen. Jim Maddox, a Democrat from Lawton, who last served in the Legislature in 2004. He had to step down because of 12-year legislative term limits.

Commissioners were unaware of her relationship with the former lawmaker until after she was hired, commission Chairman Jo Pettigrew said.

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Posted by on Jan 31 2013. Filed under General, State Government. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “Ethics Commission Hires Former Senator’s Daughter”

  1. dick grace

    Yeah right. Oklahoma lawmakers think the political plum jobs belong to them or their relatives. If you want to pull this garbage at least give us dumb taxpayers credit for knowing it was done under the good old boy system and not merit.

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