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Oklahoma Senate elections: Dems gain one, lose one
You win one, you lose one. Jo Anna Dossett was the only Democratic candidate to prevail in an Oklahoma State Senate race Tuesday, narrowly defeating Republican Cheryl Baber with 50.9 percent of the vote for Senate 

Republicans add 5 to Oklahoma House roster

The last rural Democrat in the Oklahoma House of Representatives lost his reelection race on Tuesday night. Rep. Matt Meredith (D–Tahlequah), who has served House... CONTINUE READING: Republicans add 5 to Oklahoma House roster
Stephanie Bice defeats Kendra Horn in CD 5 battle
State Sen. Stephanie Bice (R-OKC) battled through a runoff and a brutal general election campaign to narrowly defeat incumbent Democrat U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn on Tuesday. In the end, the spread was thin, with Bice leading by about 11,000 votes with more than 98 percent of precincts reporting. Bice won on the strength of a […] The post appeared first on NonDoc .
Tommie Johnson elected Oklahoma County sheriff
Despite being criticized by his opponent for having worked fewer years in the law enforcement profession, Republican Tommie Johnson defeated Democrat Wayland Cubit on Tuesday in an open race for Oklahoma County sheriff. Johnson will become the county’s first Black sheriff. “I am honored and humbled to be elected Oklahoma County sheriff,” Johnson said in […] The post appeared first on NonDoc .
Brian Maughan re-elected Oklahoma County commissioner
Incumbent Republican Brian Maughan has been re-elected to the Oklahoma County Board of Commissioners representing District 2, which covers roughly the southern third of the county. Hicks led absentee and early voting, but Maughan drew a commanding advantage in Election Day returns. With more than 96 percent of precincts reporting, Maughan held more than 57 […] The post appeared first on NonDoc .
State Question 814: Voters reject TSET change to fund Medicaid expansion
Oklahomans have voted to reject State Question 814, which would have amended the Oklahoma Constitution to redirect annually received funds that currently go to the state’s Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust. The change would have directed much of the money to be used for Medicaid expansion instead. With more than 90 percent of precincts reporting at […] The post appeared first on NonDoc .
SQ 805: Criminal justice reform proposal rejected
With more than 90 percent of state precincts reporting, State Question 805 has been rejected by Oklahoma voters today with 60.9 percent of voters opposing the criminal justice ballot initiative at the time of this post’s publication. SQ 805 would have amended the Oklahoma Constitution to end sentence enhancements for people formerly convicted of non-violent […] The post appeared first on NonDoc
Oklahomas re-elect Jim Inhofe to U.S. Senate
Voters have chosen to re-elect Jim Inhofe to the United States Senate for his fifth term. At the time of this post’s publication, Inhofe held approximately 65 percent of the vote with more than 86 percent of precincts reporting. His strongest opponent, Democrat Abby Broyles, had received approximately 3