Civic leader and politician who was simply in the Oklahoma Condition Senate, Area 46, from November 2006 until January 15, 2012. He notably spearheaded an effort to ease the procedure of donating forgotten properties to Habitat for Mankind by local government authorities. He acquired a bachelor’s level in Religious Research from Colby University in 1996 and a experts in Theological Research from Harvard Divinity College in 1999. In graduate college he created a documentary around the Helps epidemic in India that was entitled From Ashes. His sibling, David Harlow Grain, perished through the Sept 11, 2001, terrorist episodes. He went against incumbent Jim Inhofe for the U.S. Senate in 2008, but was defeated.