NORMAN — Norman is represented in the state Legislature by two senators and four members of the House of Representatives. Bill Nations is a Democrat nearing the end of his sixth and final term of representing House District 44 in the heart of Norman. Wallace Collins is a Democrat representing House District 45 in east Norman, Scott Martin is a Norman Republican whose House District 46 includes south and far west Norman, and Randy Terrill, R-Moore, represents House District 53 which includes parts of north Norman. The senators are Jonathan Nichols, R-Norman, of Senate District 15, and John Sparks, D-Norman, of Senate District 16. Nichols' district includes parts of north, west, east and south Norman; Sparks' district takes in most of Norman's central urban and southeast areas. In the U.S. House of Representatives, all of Cleveland County is part of Oklahoma's 4th Congressional District, which is represented by Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore. Oklahoma's senators are Tom Coburn, R-Muskogee, and Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa.