OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Spokesmen for several Oklahoma congressmen say they're working to contact former pages at the request of the House ethics committee.
The committee is looking for any page or pages who were the subject of inappropriate contact by former Congressman Mark Foley or any other congressman.
Foley is accused of sending inappropriate and lurid e-mails to male pages. He recently resigned.
Officials with Congressmen John Sullivan and Frank Lucas say their offices are working to find and contact pages they sponsored. And a spokesman for Congressman Dan Boren says his office is working to contact a former page sponsored by Boren's predecessor -- former Congressman Brad Carson.