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Oklahoma state elections, 2004

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The Oklahoma state elections were held on November 2, 2004. The primary election was held on July 27. The runoff primary election was held August 24.[1]

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Contents

Overview

Primary election

The candidates for the parties faced on in the primary election on July 25. If no party received more than 50% of the vote, a runoff election was held on August 22 to decide the winner.

Candidates

Corporation Commissioner

Candidate Votes %
  John Wylie 489,759 36.36%
  Denise Bode 857,387 63.64%

U.S. Representatives

Candidate Votes %
District 1
  John Sullivan 187,145 60.19%
  Doug Dodd 116,731 37.54%
  John Krymski 7,058 2.27%
District 2
  Dan Boren 179,579 65.89%
  Wayland Smalley 92,963 34.11%
District 3
  Frank D. Lucas 215,510 82.21%
  Gregory M. Wilson 46,621 17.79%
District 4
  Tom Cole 198,985 77.77%
  Charlene Bradshaw 56,869 22.23%
District 5
  Ernest Istook 180,430 66.06%
  Bert Smith 92,719 37.30%

State Questions

See also

References

  1. ^ 2004 Election Results Archived 2011-12-08 at the Wayback Machine., Oklahoma State Election Board (accessed May 8, 2013)

External links

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