Larry Stein, Assessor
Oklahoma County Assessor Larry Stein grew up in Midwest City in a military family. He attended Midwest City public schools and graduated from Rose State College and the University of Oklahoma where he earned an Athletic Letter for his performance on the University of Oklahoma Fencing Team.
Larry earned awards for writing, photography and reporting and was Capitol News Bureau Chief for KTOK RADIO and the Oklahoma News Network. He also hosted a statewide broadcast on the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority about each week’s events at the legislature called, “Capitol Press Report”. Larry started his own small business which led to his own radio talk shows where he produced hundreds of hours of live radio. He is a regular guest on radio stations and sometimes a fill-in host.
He was Chief Deputy before being elected Assessor. The Oklahoma County Assessor’s office and the amazing staff have earned awards and perfect scores on the Oklahoma Tax Commission Performance Audit. The website has more than 25 million visitors every year.
Larry has authored and passed legislation to implement more efficient assessing practices in Oklahoma that has saved low-income, the elderly and veterans billions of dollars in lower property taxes.
Larry lives in Edmond where he is active in groups promoting good neighborhoods, he has three adult children and four grandchildren.
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Dear Oklahoma County Residents:
Land values and home sales are setting records in Oklahoma County and around the state!
Everyone in real estate here if they are searching for property loves the Oklahoma County Assessor’s internationally recognized and award winning website.
The website has property values, sales, aerial images of more than 328,000 parcels worth more than $73 BILLION.
More than 25 million real estate professionals and others interested in property and investing visit the website each year.
The staff and I continue to improve the services helping people get the information they need and property tax exemptions they deserve 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year FREE OF CHARGE.
We’ve made even more changes to improve our efficiency and keep staff levels and our budget as lean as possible while providing friendly and courteous services to everyone.
Technology in the Assessor’s Office is saving taxpayers more than $5 million a year —$14,000 every day — by reducing staff salaries and benefit costs — 52 fewer employees — according to an Oklahoma Tax Commission study.
Your friendship and financial support for my campaign and sign locations will help keep the staff and me continuing to make the Oklahoma County Assessor’s Office the best in Oklahoma and a leader for similar organizations around the world.
And remember you can always call my personal cell phone 405-361-9307 if you have any questions.