James Brooks Ayers Robertson Edit Profile
Educational public schools. Moved to Oklahoma, 1893.
Admitted to Oklahoma bar, 1898. County attorney Lincoln County, 1900-1902. Judge 10th Judicial District of Oklahoma, 1909-1910.
Member State Capitol Commission, 1911. Member Supreme Court Commission, Oklahoma, 1911-1914. Candidate for Democratic nomination for government of Oklahoma, 1914.
Governor of Oklahoma, 1919-1923. Attorney for Oklahoma Corporation Commission, since 1935.
The state should not use its authority to promote particular religious beliefs, nor should it require prayer or worship in the public schools. However, the state should leave students free to practice their own religious convictions.
All Christians need to be familiar with the Bible, that contains a wide variety of literature, including history, law, poetry, gospels, letters, polemic, stories and apocalyptic visions, and try to immerse themselves in lieutenant.
Married Olive Stubblefield, April. Children: Olive Frances (Mistress David E. Hilles), James Brooks Ayers.