About Pam Pollard
Pam Pollard, an Accounting graduate of East Central University in Ada, is the owner of Pollard Accounting & Tax Service. Pam has over 27 years experience in business accounting and taxes and specializes in small business startups. She has created accounting systems and computer networks for personal, corporate and small business clients. Pam also works with her family’s 3 engineering and surveying companies as a draftsman and ALTA Survey specialist. She manages the computer systems and bookkeeping and financial systems of the companies.
Pam has been an active volunteer with the Oklahoma Republican Party for 17 years. She has served as State Party Vice-Chairman under Chairman Matt Pinnell from 2011-2013 and has been a member of the state GOP Budget Committee, Executive Committee and State Committee. Pam has served as the State Credentials Chairman for many years organizing and registering delegates to the state convention and helped develop the current computerized voting system for the convention. Pam has taught numerous seminars to the GOP State Committee and traveled the state teaching in counties on various topics including credentials, grassroots organization and financial reporting. Pam has served as a delegate to the Republican National Conventions in 2004 and 2008 where she was selected both terms to serve on the National Credentials Committee.
Pam has served OK County GOP as County Chairman, Credentials Chair, State Committeewoman, 4th District Committeewoman and has served on the County Executive Committee for the last 15 years. She is the current Treasurer for the OK County Republican Party and has become well known for her expertise in political finance and ethics reporting.
In 2004 Pam worked as the 72 Hr GOTV Program Coordinator for OK County, organizing literature drops to over 97,600 households in a 2 week period using over 200 volunteers, an effort which helped elect Senator Dr. Tom Coburn to the US Senate.
During the 2006 campaign cycle, Pam was the Office Manager and Scheduler for the Istook for Governor Campaign.
In 2009, Pam was chosen to be a part of the Fallin for Governor Campaign and served as the Director of Coalitions, traveling the state speaking on behalf of the campaign and recruiting supporters for now our 1st woman Governor, Mary Fallin.
In May, 2010 Pam was recruited to be the State Director of the 72 Hour Program for OKGOP Victory where she developed the method and analysis for targeting voters for the GOTV, Get Out The Vote, effort making sure all 77 counties had targeted precincts to be part of the program. Pam traveled the state teaching the “GOTV” program and helped teach the OKGOP regional “Boot Camps.” Legislators and grassroots volunteers alike have stated Pam’s leadership played a major role in the Thurs. Nov 4, 2010 Tulsa World headline, “Triumph of Turnout.”
Pam was asked to serve on Governor Mary Fallin’s Inauguration Team as the Liaison for her charitable project, Feeding Oklahoma Food Drive and was instrumental in Gov Fallin reaching her goal of 20,000 pounds of food and $100,000 in donations.
Pam has been a member of the Oklahoma Federation of Republican Women for over 17 years. She is the current State President and has served as State Historian, State Credentials and State Treasurer. Pam wrote the “No Fear Treasurer’s Manual” for the organization and has taught numerous classes for treasurers. She has been a member of the Mid-Del, Heartland and OKC Republican Women’s clubs, having held every Club Office during her time.
Pam has been recognized for her volunteer work at the local, state and national levels. She received the Outstanding Volunteer Award from the OKC Metro Young Republicans in 2004 and the prestigious Skip Healey Party Builder Award from the OK State Republican Party in 2009.
Pam worked for Americans for Prosperity-Oklahoma as the Asst. State Director. She helped organize the very first Tea Parties in Oklahoma in February 2009 and has taught numerous seminars on the importance of grassroots involvement. After Pam left AFP-OK she continued her volunteer involvement and for that was 1 of 4 people in the nation recognized as an outstanding activist by Americans for Prosperity at their Defending the Dream Summit in Washington, DC in Oct 2009.
Pam is a proud member of the NRA and has her concealed carry permit.
Pam loves Oklahoma politics but her true love is her family. Pam is married to Glenn, her sweetheart of 26 years and is the step-mother of 6 and grandmother to 12. She believes one of her proudest achievements was home-schooling 2 of the grandkids, if even for just a few years. Next to family, Pam’s greatest love is her Church, Sooner-Rose Baptist Church where she serves as the pianist and young women’s Sunday School teacher.
Pam says one of her favorite themes is “God, Family and Country.” She worships God, loves family and honors her country. Pam often states she feels her friends in the GOP to be somewhere between family and country!