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2012 Oklahoma state elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Oklahoma

The Oklahoma state elections was held on Election Day, November 6, 2012 for a number of offices. The Presidential Preferential Primary Election will be held on March 6, 2012 and the Primary Election will be held on June 26, 2012.[1]

President

Oklahoma presidential election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mitt Romney
Democratic Barack Obama
Total votes 100

US Representatives

All five Oklahoma seats in the United States House of Representatives are up for election in 2012.

Candidate Votes %
District 1
  Jim Bridenstine
  John Olson
  Craig Allen
District 2
  Markwayne Mullin
  Rob Wallace
  Michael G. Fulks
District 3
  Frank D. Lucas
  Timothy Ray Murray
  William M. Sanders
District 4
  Tom Cole
  Donna Marie Bebo
  RJ Harris
District 5
  James Lankford
  Tom Guild
  Pat Martin
  Robert T. Murphy

Corporation Commissioner

One seat on the Oklahoma Corporation Commission is up for election in 2012.

State Senators

24 of the 48 seats in the Oklahoma Senate are up for election in 2012.

Candidate Votes %
District 3
  Wayne Shaw
  Jim Bynum
District 5
  Jerry Ellis
  Howard Houchen
District 7
  Larry Boggs
  J.Paul Lane
District 9
  Earl Garrison
  Barney S Taylor
District 11
  Jabar Shumate
  Dave Bell
  Curtis J. Mullins
District 13
  Susan Paddack
  Fred E Smith
Candidate Votes %
District 15
  Rob Standridge
  Claudia Griffith
District 27
  A. Bryuce Marlatt
  Tommy W. Nicholson
District 31
  Don Barrington
  Tony Terrill
District 39
  Brian A. Crain
  Julie Hall
District 41
  Clark Jolley
  Richard Prawdzienski
District 43
  Corey Brooks
  Mike Fullerton

State Representatives

All 101 seats in the Oklahoma House of Representatives are up for election in 2012.

Candidate Votes %
District 2
  John R. Bennet
  Rick Agent
District 3
  James H Lockhart
  Roger Mattox
District 12
  Wade Rousselot
  David Tackett
District 14
  Arthur Hulbert
  Jerry Rains
District 16
  Jerry Shoemake
  James Delso
District 20
  Bobby Cleveland
  Matt Branstetter
District 21
  Dustin Roberts
  Jerry L. Tomlinson
District 22
  Charles A McCall
  Doris Annie Row
District 23
  Terry O'Donnell
  Shawna Keller
District 26
  Justin Freeland Wood
  Patty Sue Wagstaff
District 27
  Josh Cockroft
  Randy R Gilbert
District 28
  Tom Newell
  Marilyn Rainwater
District 29
  Skye McNiel
  David W Narcomey
District 32
  Jason Smalley
  Keith Kinnamon
District 36
  Sean Roberts
  Jim Massey
District 37
  Steven E. Vaughan
  Nancy L. Niemann
District 42
  Lisa J. Billy
  Steven Vines
Candidate Votes %
District 45
  Aaron Stiles
  Paula Roberts
District 47
  Leslie Kathryn Osborn
  Leon A Pivinski
District 48
  Patrick Ownbey
  Brian Spencer
District 51
  Scott R. Biggs
  Stewart Meyer
District 56
  David L Perryman
  Chuck Utsler
District 60
  Dan Fisher
  Kendra Menz-Kimble
District 66
  Jadine Nollan
  David C. Phillips, III
District 71
  Katie Henke
  Dan Arthrell
District 72
  Seneca Scott
  Randall L. Reese
District 76
  David Brumbaugh
  Glenda K. Puett
District 78
  Jeannie McDaniel
  Paul Catalano
District 83
  Randy McDaniel
  Ed Holzberger
District 86
  Will Fourkiller
  Russell Don Turner
District 87
  Jason Nelson
  Nick Singer
District 88
  Kay Floyd
  Aaron Kaspereit
District 99
  Anastasia Pittman
  Willard Linzy
District 101
  Gary Banz
  Stephen E. Covert

Judicial

These races are "retention" votes based on Oklahoma's use of the Missouri Plan for electing judicial nominees.

Oklahoma Supreme Court

Noma D. Gurich
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
Yvonne Kauger
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
James E. Edmondson
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
Douglas L. Combs
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0

Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals

Clancy Smith
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
Arlene Johnson
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
David B. Lewis
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0

Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals

P. Thomas Thornbrugh
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
William C. Hetherington, Jr
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
Kenneth L. Buettner
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
Robert Bobby Bell
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0
E. Bay Mitchell, III
Choice Votes %
Result not yet known
Total votes 0

References

  1. ^ "Oklahoma Elections 2012" (pdf). Oklahoma State Election Board. Retrieved 2011-10-15.

External links

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