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Tim Kaine Democratic
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Incumbents

U.S. Senate

Senator Jim Inhofe
Senior Seat Republican
Senator James Lankford
Junior Seat (Running) Republican
Mark Beard
Challenger (Running) Independent
Sean Braddy
Challenger (Running) Independent
Dax Ewbank
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Robert Murphy
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Steven Perry
Challenger (Withdrawn) Democratic
Mike Workman
Challenger (Running) Democratic

U.S. House

District 1
Representative Jim Bridenstine
District 1 (Running) Republican
Tom Atkinson
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Republican
David Hullum
District 1 Challenger (Withdrawn) Independent
Evelyn Rogers
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Republican

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State House

District 70
Representative Ken Walker
District 70 (Lost) Republican
Carol Bush
District 70 Challenger (Running) Republican
Joe Jennings
District 70 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Tamara Morton
District 70 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
District 75
Representative Dan Kirby
District 75 (Running) Republican
Charlotte Bell
District 75 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Karen Gaddis
District 75 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Matt Matheson
District 75 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 78
Representative Jeannie McDaniel
District 78 Democratic
Eugene Bell
District 78 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Meloyde Blancett
District 78 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Dennis Hartney
District 78 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Molly McKay
District 78 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 79
Representative Weldon Watson
District 79 (Running) Republican
Teresa Marler
District 79 Challenger (Running) Independent

State Senate

District 25
Senator Mike Mazzei
District 25 Republican
Robert Founds
District 25 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Bob Jack
District 25 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Lisa Kramer
District 25 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Craig Murray
District 25 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Joe Newhouse
District 25 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 33
Senator Nathan Dahm
District 33 (Running) Republican
Randal Burris
District 33 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Larry Curtis
District 33 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Kimberly Fobbs
District 33 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Patrick Pershing
District 33 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 39
Senator Brian Crain
District 39 Republican
Rick Poplin
District 39 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Dave Rader
District 39 Challenger (Running) Republican
Alan Staab
District 39 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Amanda Teegarden
District 39 Challenger (Lost) Republican
John Waldron
District 39 Challenger (Running) Democratic

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Justice of the Supreme Court

District 1
Justice John Reif
District 1 Non-partisan
District 2
Justice Steven Taylor
District 2 Non-partisan
District 3
Justice Noma Gurich
District 3 Non-partisan
District 4
Justice Yvonne Kauger
District 4 Non-partisan
District 5
Justice James Winchester
District 5 Non-partisan
District 6
Justice Tom Colbert
District 6 Non-partisan
District 7
Justice James Edmondson
District 7 Non-partisan
District 8
Justice Douglas Combs
District 8 Non-partisan
District 9
Justice Joseph Watt
District 9 Non-partisan

Incumbents

Mayor

At-Large (Tulsa)

Incumbents

Councilor

District 1 (Tulsa)
Jack Henderson
District 1
District 2 (Tulsa)
Jeannie Cue
District 2
District 3 (Tulsa)
David Patrick
District 3
District 4 (Tulsa)
Blake Ewing
District 4
District 5 (Tulsa)
Karen Gilbert
District 5
District 6 (Tulsa)
Connie Dodson
District 6
District 7 (Tulsa)
Anna America
District 7
District 8 (Tulsa)
Phil Lakin
District 8
District 9 (Tulsa)
G.T. Bynum
District 9

Commissioner

District 1 (Tulsa County)
Commissioner John Smaligo
District 1 Republican
District 2 (Tulsa County)
District 3 (Tulsa County)

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Sooner State
  • Motto: Labor Omnia Vincit [Labor Conquers All Things]
  • Area: 69,919 sq mi
  • Population: 3,814,820 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Oklahoma City
  • Statehood: Nov. 16, 1907 (46th state)
  • Highest Point: Black Mesa, 4,973 ft
  • Lowest Point: Little R., 287 ft
  • Bird: Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher
  • Flower: Mistletoe
  • Electoral Votes: 7
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