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The master will come, and he has promised to make me immortal!
Mary Renfield Fallin
 
Four More Years of an Even More Progressive Governor
  
  
Once again we are reminded that an election is more of a test of the quality of the voters than the quality of the candidates.   The candidate that lies the most wins as people generally want to hear what they are expecting rather than hear the facts.  Fallin did an excellent job lying about her actions the past four years, aided by the corporate owned media of course; she was even successful in tagging Rep. Joe Dorman as an Obama supporter despite the voluminous evidence  that it was in fact her that had close contacts with Obama including dozens of photographs.
 
 
Did people truly not see through the charade and lies told by the Fallin campaign or did they simply get disgusted and refused to go to the polls?
 
 
It appears that was the case last Tuesday as there was a record low turnout.   Gov. Keating received around 40,000 more votes on his second election, Gov. Henry picked up 167,000 votes on his second election,  but Gov. Fallin received 165,718 fewer votes than in her first election.
 
 
The RepublicansAgainstFallin.com sign and website campaign worked but not exactly as we had hoped it would work.   One would think that exposing a corrupt politician would outrage people and drive them to the ballot to support any alternative but what happened is that folks just threw up their hands and stayed home.  The website was swamped over the weekend and most of our bandwidth was eaten up for the month so the statewide sign campaign did the job but the campaign failed to turn disillusioned Fallin supporters into Dorman voters.
 
 
Many people told us that they would stay home and simply not vote if the only other choice was a throwaway independent vote or a Democrat.    And that is exactly what the progressive politicians want; to disgust voters enough that they limit participation and the most stupid or most gullible voters continue to show up at the polls.  This is really no different than picking a jury, weed out the smart ones, the independent thinkers that might ask questions, and hopefully you get a herd of sheep that will follow a golden tongue rascal.
 
 
Rep. Joe Dorman had a difficult job of running as a conservative Democrat with a liberal base.  His campaign manager was said to be a homosexual activist but what we found was nothing like that, a young woman that also helped Dorman get elected to the legislature, has been a successful attorney and even a manager of a business.   Not sure where Charlie Meadows came up with that rumor but he certainly appears to be off base.    Dorman did an excellent job staying in the middle of the road politically and his voting record is conservative but he did have to pander to the teachers unions and he really ran his campaign on education.
 
 
In the end low turnout decided the election and Dorman lost by 122,060 votes.    Money wasn’t the issue, Dorman and Fallin both raised around 800,000 each with a total of around 4 million dollars spent on the election according to the Ethics Commission reports.  Dorman led the small donor prize with a huge number of small donors while Fallin led in contributions from special interests and the super wealthy donors.
 
 
A few people have asked if the effort was wasted on the RepublicansAgainstFallin.com campaign.  The answer is a resounding NO!   One hundred and forty eight legislators saw Fallin pay a political price for her bad behavior and they saw us reach out all over the state.  This is coming on the heels of the ElectBrananTheBigot.com campaign where we easily influenced more than 3% of the voters against Branan as well as the blowback he took from coming after the Tea Party on such a silly thing.  He looked weak and nervous and he lost as a result.
 
 
Fallin might have survived the election but those signs will be out there for a while before they all eventually are picked up and more and more people learn about Fallin’s liberal actions that contradict her conservative propaganda.
 
 
But we will have a difficult four years ahead of us if we are to contain Fallin’s agenda. 
 
 
  
Election Results
  
The 2014 General Election held few surprises for conservatives.   We had 13 loses and 14 wins, the rest were no recommendation races and about half went to Republicans.   Republicans picked up House seats and Senate seats and remain in control of the state legislature.
 
 
Fallin’s percentage dropped around 4% while Dorman’s percentage rose 1%, a 5% drop for Fallin compared to her 2010 election against Askins.  That and the record number of voters that simply refused to go to the polls gave Fallin the dubious distinction of being one of the few recent governors that has lost public support in office.
 
 
Our candidate lost in this race.
 
 
 
 
                     
                         
GOVERNOR
 
FOR GOVERNOR
 
   
                         
     
1956 of 1956 Precincts Completely Reporting
   
     
ABSENTEE
MAIL
 
EARLY
VOTING
 
ELECTION
DAY
 

TOTAL
   
JOE DORMAN (DEM)
9,550
 
20,061
 
308,628
 
338,239
41.0%
MARY FALLIN (REP)
15,948
 
22,831
 
421,519
 
460,298
55.8%
KIMBERLY WILLIS (IND)
327
 
615
 
16,227
 
17,169
2.1%
RICHARD PRAWDZIENSKI (IND)
211
 
304
 
8,610
 
9,125
1.1%
 
Total
26,036
 
43,811
 
754,984
 
824,831
   
                       
 
                     
 
 
 
Todd Lamb’s results should have mirrored Fallin’s or better said, Fallin’s results should have been right there with Lamb’s.   If you look at other Republican candidates you will see consistent 60 to 70% re election wins except for Mary Fallin.  Then again, Lamb doesn’t do anything so he doesn’t make enemies or mistakes.
 
Our candidate won in this race. 
  
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
 
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
 
   
                         
     
1956 of 1956 Precincts Completely Reporting
   
     
ABSENTEE
MAIL
 
EARLY
VOTING
 
ELECTION
DAY
 

TOTAL
   
CATHY CUMMINGS (DEM)
8,374
 
15,551
 
234,639
 
258,564
31.5%
TODD G. LAMB (REP)
17,520
 
28,068
 
516,500
 
562,088
68.5%
 
Total
25,894
 
43,619
 
751,139
 
820,652
   
 
 
This one was easy to predict and it is no accident that we see Hofmeister winning with nearly identical percentages as Fallin as both were the lesser of evils and hardly Republicans.   Both women shared the shame of eking out a win while fellow Republicans enjoyed healthy margins. 
 
Democrat John Cox of course was basically put on the ballot thanks to the Sooner Tea Party evisceration of Freda Deskin in April of this year, which was so decisive that we saw the grassroots Democrats turn against the celebrity Democratic leaders like Switzer and Brad Henry.  That wasn’t an endorsement of Cox, it was simply taking out the worst candidate and leaving a weaker Democratic candidate and a weakened Democratic base to support the General election.
 
Our candidate won in this race.
 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
 
                       
     
1956 of 1956 Precincts Completely Reporting
 
     
ABSENTEE
MAIL
 
EARLY
VOTING
 
ELECTION
DAY
 

TOTAL
 
JOHN COX (DEM)
10,687
 
21,244
 
329,947
 
361,878
44.2%
JOY HOFMEISTER (REP)
15,014
 
22,255
 
419,784
 
457,053
55.8%
 
Total
25,701
 
43,499
 
749,731
 
818,931
 
Costello’s margins are typical of what any Republican should have accomplished and Costello has been good at keeping his campaign promises and following Republican values.
 
Our candidate won in this race.
 
COMMISSIONER OF LABOR
FOR COMMISSIONER OF LABOR
 
                       
     
1956 of 1956 Precincts Completely Reporting
 
     
ABSENTEE
MAIL
 
EARLY
VOTING
 
ELECTION
DAY
 

TOTAL
 
MIKE WORKMAN (DEM)
9,004
 
17,849
 
272,431
 
299,284
37.2%
MARK COSTELLO (REP)
16,155
 
24,759
 
463,393
 
504,307
62.8%
 
Total
25,159
 
42,608
 
735,824
 
803,591
 
                 
 
No surprise here…Inhofe isn’t super conservative but he isn’t terrible.
Our candidate won in this race.
 
UNITED STATES SENATOR
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
 
                       
   
1956 of 1956 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
MATT SILVERSTEIN (DEM)
7,799
14,649
211,859
234,307
28.5%
JIM INHOFE (REP)
17,451
27,774
512,941
558,166
68.0%
AARON DeLOZIER (IND)
176
279
7,338
7,793
0.9%
RAY WOODS (IND)
225
366
9,322
9,913
1.2%
JOAN FARR (IND)
314
477
9,763
10,554
1.3%
Total
25,965
43,545
751,223
820,733
 
 
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR (UNEXPIRED TERM)
 
Beard never had a chance but we recommended him as a protest vote against Lankford who has had a terrible voting record the last four years
Our candidate lost in this race.
1956 of 1956 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
CONNIE JOHNSON (DEM)
7,724
14,863
215,336
237,923
29.0%
JAMES LANKFORD (REP)
17,602
27,741
511,659
557,002
67.9%
MARK T. BEARD (IND)
618
988
24,359
25,965
3.2%
Total
25,944
43,592
751,354
820,890
We didn’t bother to make a recommendation in this race.  Too much like watching paint dry
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE
FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 02
528 of 528 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
EARL E. EVERETT (DEM)
976
2,936
35,052
38,964
24.6%
MARKWAYNE MULLIN (REP)
2,123
7,408
101,394
110,925
70.0%
JON DOUTHITT (IND)
120
401
7,997
8,518
5.4%
Total
3,219
10,745
144,443
158,407
FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 03
 
About what was expected from an incumbent Republican.  Lucas won’t follow the Republican Party Platform until he is convinced the voters support it.
 
Our candidate won in this race.
480 of 480 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
FRANKIE ROBBINS (DEM)
1,177
2,119
32,974
36,270
21.4%
FRANK D. LUCAS (REP)
3,820
7,927
121,588
133,335
78.6%
Total
4,997
10,046
154,562
169,605
FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 04
 
No one was going to bump off RINO Tom Cole, we knew that but provided a protest vote for the independent.
Our candidate lost in this race.
349 of 349 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
BERT SMITH (DEM)
1,346
2,921
36,731
40,998
24.7%
TOM COLE (REP)
3,712
7,066
106,943
117,721
70.8%
DENNIS B. JOHNSON (IND)
182
416
6,951
7,549
4.5%
Total
5,240
10,403
150,625
166,268
FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 05
Again we have an example of where both Fallin and Hofmeister’s margins should have hovered.   Russell isn’t far right or Tea Party but he is basically conservative.
Our candidate won in this race.
 
273 of 273 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
AL McAFFREY (DEM)
2,379
3,392
52,019
57,790
36.3%
STEVE RUSSELL (REP)
4,658
3,029
87,945
95,632
60.1%
BUDDY RAY (IND)
33
33
1,404
1,470
0.9%
TOM BOGGS (IND)
55
46
1,964
2,065
1.3%
ROBERT T. MURPHY (IND)
86
69
2,021
2,176
1.4%
Total
7,211
6,569
145,353
159,133
STATE SENATOR
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 4
 
We gave no recommendation for this race.   Allen had a horrible voting record and deserved to be thrown out on his ear but the opponent was a liberal Democrat.    We slapped his butt around a bit by publishing a story where one of our writers endorsed the opponent and didn’t say a word when the liberal Democrat used that endorsement in a newspaper ad the weekend before the election.  That cost Allen some votes and maybe he will learn from it.   Notice how the score is similar to what both Fallin and Hofmeister earned.  Bad choices mean bad turnout.
48 of 48 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
ANN WEAVER (DEM)
164
511
6,152
6,827
42.8%
MARK ALLEN (REP)
127
599
8,381
9,107
57.2%
Total
291
1,110
14,533
15,934
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 5 (UNEXPIRED TERM)
 
We gave no recommendation on this race but Silk was said to be the more conservative so this was a positive outcome.
84 of 84 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
CURTIS McDANIEL (DEM)
108
456
6,595
7,159
45.7%
JOSEPH W. SILK (REP)
124
519
7,862
8,505
54.3%
Total
232
975
14,457
15,664
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 6
Brecheen earned a 60 on his RINO Index this year so it was no wonder he was in a tight race.    The independent didn’t draw off enough votes to help defeat him but perhaps Brecheen will straighten up this coming session.
Our candidate lost in this race.
58 of 58 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
JOE B. HILL (DEM)
174
749
6,981
7,904
44.5%
JOSH BRECHEEN (REP)
231
941
8,351
9,523
53.6%
VICKI J. GAYLOR (IND)
7
25
307
339
1.9%
Total
412
1,715
15,639
17,766
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 8
We didn’t make a recommendation in this race but it was closely ran and hopefully Thompson will watch his voting.
58 of 58 Precincts Completely Reporting
 
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
SELINA JAYNE-DORNAN (DEM)
181
379
6,588
7,148
44.1%
ROGER THOMPSON (REP)
199
471
8,385
9,055
55.9%
Total
380
850
14,973
16,203
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 14
 
Simpson had a score of 20 on his RINO Index and conservatives would have been better off with a liberal Democrat holding his seat because they would have been powerless as opposed to Simpson continuing on a RINO rampage.
 
Our candidate lost in this race.
56 of 56 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
CHEQUITA WILLIAMS (DEM)
95
275
3,618
3,988
23.3%
FRANK SIMPSON (REP)
249
1,087
11,776
13,112
76.7%
Total
344
1,362
15,394
17,100
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 18
41 of 41 Precincts Completely Reporting
Another example of a RINO senator that we would have been better off without.   A score of 10 on his RINO Index.
 
Our candidate lost in this race.
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
CHARLES R. ARNALL (DEM)
112
221
5,014
5,347
31.3%
KIM DAVID (REP)
251
392
11,087
11,730
68.7%
Total
363
613
16,101
17,077
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 26
We made no recommendation on this race
59 of 59 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
KEVIN BLACK (DEM)
195
451
6,854
7,500
43.1%
DARCY A. JECH (REP)
263
644
8,980
9,887
56.9%
Total
458
1,095
15,834
17,387
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 28
We made no recommendation on this race
40 of 40 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
MARILYN RAINWATER (DEM)
101
290
4,663
5,054
28.3%
JASON SMALLEY (REP)
292
673
11,816
12,781
71.7%
Total
393
963
16,479
17,835
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 40
We made no recommendation on this race
31 of 31 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
JOHN HANDY EDWARDS (DEM)
411
382
7,960
8,753
45.5%
ERVIN YEN (REP)
571
313
9,589
10,473
54.5%
Total
982
695
17,549
19,226
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 42
26 of 26 Precincts Completely Reporting
We think that Jack Fry might turn out to be fairly conservative so this was a good win for conservatives.   However we had endorsed Thompson as the protest vote due to Fry’s backers.
 
Our candidate lost in this race
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
HIAWATHA N. BOULDIN, JR. (DEM)
187
171
4,999
5,357
32.2%
JACK FRY (REP)
452
158
9,432
10,042
60.3%
CHARLES THOMPSON (IND)
37
15
1,193
1,245
7.5%
Total
676
344
15,624
16,644
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 44
27 of 27 Precincts Completely Reporting
This one was a squeaker for Senator Shortey but he survived despite a strong independent showing.  Shortey’s RINO Index score has been low the past few years but maybe he will come out strong again now that he has won his second election.
 
Our candidate won in this race.
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
MICHAEL BROOKS-JIMENEZ (DEM)
217
114
4,053
4,384
41.8%
RALPH SHORTEY (REP)
252
94
5,072
5,418
51.7%
CONSTANCE FAWCETT (IND)
24
12
644
680
6.5%
Total
493
220
9,769
10,482
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 48
34 of 34 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation in this race as the Republican wasn’t much better than the Democrat.
 
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
ANASTASIA A. PITTMAN (DEM)
386
1,482
12,386
14,254
83.0%
DUANE CRUMBACHER (REP)
158
108
2,651
2,917
17.0%
Total
544
1,590
15,037
17,171
 
 
 
 
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 1
We gave no recommendation on this race
35 of 35 Precincts Completely Reporting
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JOHNNY TADLOCK (DEM)
66
266
3,789
4,121
55.3%
J. P. LONGACRE (REP)
48
161
3,125
3,334
44.7%
Total
114
427
6,914
7,455
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 3
We gave no recommendation on this race
21 of 21 Precincts Completely Reporting
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JAMES H. LOCKHART (DEM)
54
331
3,763
4,148
56.8%
TRACI BARNES (REP)
48
216
2,895
3,159
43.2%
Total
102
547
6,658
7,307
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 6
22 of 22 Precincts Completely Reporting
This was a safe Democratic seat
Our candidate lost on this race
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CHUCK HOSKIN (DEM)
84
281
5,044
5,409
59.7%
MARSHALL SCOTT McGUIRE (REP)
82
169
3,397
3,648
40.3%
Total
166
450
8,441
9,057
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 10
We gave no recommendation on this race
26 of 26 Precincts Completely Reporting
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ANTHONY TUCKER (DEM)
58
119
2,249
2,426
26.7%
TRAVIS DUNLAP (REP)
105
326
6,216
6,647
73.3%
Total
163
445
8,465
9,073
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 12
Our candidate David Tackett did an excellent job but failed by 3.1%.   He might just win next time.
 
Our candidate lost in this race
18 of 18 Precincts Completely Reporting
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WADE ROUSSELOT (DEM)
83
176
4,049
4,308
53.1%
DAVID TACKETT (REP)
96
128
3,585
3,809
46.9%
Total
179
304
7,634
8,117
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 14
15 of 15 Precincts Completely Reporting
Faught showed some improvement in his last year in office so we are pleased to see him reelected.
 
Our candidate won this race
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JACK A. REAVIS (DEM)
71
247
3,081
3,399
43.2%
GEORGE FAUGHT (REP)
105
253
4,113
4,471
56.8%
Total
176
500
7,194
7,870
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 16
Another safe Democratic seat, no surprise here
28 of 28 Precincts Completely Reporting
Our candidate lost this race
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JERRY SHOEMAKE (DEM)
99
237
4,417
4,753
61.3%
JAMES BO DELSO (REP)
69
126
2,800
2,995
38.7%
Total
168
363
7,217
7,748
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 17
Another safe Democratic seat.
39 of 39 Precincts Completely Reporting
Our candidate lost this race
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BRIAN RENEGAR (DEM)
96
387
5,109
5,592
66.8%
MICAH THOMPSON (REP)
42
153
2,583
2,778
33.2%
Total
138
540
7,692
8,370
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 20
A reluctant endorsement because of Bobby Cleveland’s past actions but he did score a 80 on his RINO Index.  But we will beat his political butt if he starts slipping.
 
Our candidate won this race
22 of 22 Precincts Completely Reporting
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JONI JOHNSON (DEM)
77
93
2,163
2,333
28.0%
BOBBY CLEVELAND (REP)
182
225
5,599
6,006
72.0%
Total
259
318
7,762
8,339
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 26
13 of 13 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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PAMELA SNIDER STEPHENS (DEM)
61
121
1,962
2,144
27.7%
JUSTIN FREELAND WOOD (REP)
132
332
5,131
5,595
72.3%
Total
193
453
7,093
7,739
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 28
17 of 17 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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JASON LEONARD (DEM)
44
114
2,026
2,184
30.7%
TOM NEWELL (REP)
115
228
4,598
4,941
69.3%
Total
159
342
6,624
7,125
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 29
20 of 20 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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ROBERT BOBBY TALLEY (DEM)
40
72
1,857
1,969
24.2%
JAMES LEEWRIGHT (REP)
114
251
5,790
6,155
75.8%
Total
154
323
7,647
8,124
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 32
23 of 23 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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MICHIAL POTEET (DEM)
79
213
3,388
3,680
40.9%
KEVIN WALLACE (REP)
137
298
4,889
5,324
59.1%
Total
216
511
8,277
9,004
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 35
23 of 23 Precincts Completely Reporting
Typical of how Fallin and Hofmeister should have come out.
 
We gave no recommendation on this race
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WANNETTA A. CLOYD (DEM)
47
87
1,624
1,758
21.3%
DENNIS CASEY (REP)
123
435
5,933
6,491
78.7%
Total
170
522
7,557
8,249
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 36
  Roberts had shown some improvement over the last year or so.
 
Our candidate won this race
19 of 19 Precincts Completely Reporting
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JIM MASSEY (DEM)
91
71
2,707
2,869
33.2%
SEAN ROBERTS (REP)
202
82
5,477
5,761
66.8%
Total
293
153
8,184
8,630
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 40
We gave no recommendation on this race
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
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PIERCE JONES (DEM)
76
127
1,445
1,648
24.1%
CHAD CALDWELL (REP)
187
368
4,624
5,179
75.9%
Total
263
495
6,069
6,827
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 43
12 of 12 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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SARAH BAKER (DEM)
100
62
2,341
2,503
29.2%
JOHN PAUL JORDAN (REP)
253
172
5,652
6,077
70.8%
Total
353
234
7,993
8,580
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 45
Stiles had a 20 on his RINO Index score so he deserved to be abandoned by his conservative base.   Chances are our Norman readers caused the 1.1% drop in his numbers by staying home or voting for the Democrat.  That seat constantly changes hands and had Stiles kept his voting record up he would have likely won.
11 of 11 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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CLAUDIA GRIFFITH (DEM)
164
533
3,990
4,687
51.1%
AARON STILES (REP)
174
323
3,981
4,478
48.9%
Total
338
856
7,971
9,165
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 46
16 of 16 Precincts Completely Reporting
This was a safe seat for RINO Republicans but Brockman made a fairly good showing against liberal Scott Martain.
 
Our candidate lost this race
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SCOTT MARTIN (REP)
225
414
5,832
6,471
64.4%
SCOTT BROCKMAN (IND)
126
217
3,232
3,575
35.6%
Total
351
631
9,064
10,046
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 49
Hardin had showed a great improvement over his earlier RINO Index score so we are glad he won with a good margain.
30 of 30 Precincts Completely Reporting
Our candidate won this race
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JESSICA PFAU (DEM)
51
173
2,332
2,556
29.7%
TOMMY C. HARDIN (REP)
126
476
5,455
6,057
70.3%
Total
177
649
7,787
8,613
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 56
29 of 29 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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DAVID PERRYMAN (DEM)
102
352
4,139
4,593
57.6%
CHUCK UTSLER (REP)
96
243
3,046
3,385
42.4%
Total
198
595
7,185
7,978
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 62
We gave no recommendation on this race
9 of 9 Precincts Completely Reporting
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JOHN DUNAWAY (DEM)
69
355
2,247
2,671
44.0%
JOHN MICHAEL MONTGOMERY (REP)
95
397
2,904
3,396
56.0%
Total
164
752
5,151
6,067
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 63
22 of 22 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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JUAN RODRIGUEZ (DEM)
45
304
2,511
2,860
39.5%
JEFF COODY (REP)
98
379
3,911
4,388
60.5%
Total
143
683
6,422
7,248
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 65
23 of 23 Precincts Completely Reporting
Parks is said to be the more conservative of the two.
 
We gave no recommendation on this race
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TONI HASENBECK (DEM)
83
198
3,351
3,632
48.2%
SCOOTER PARK (REP)
91
256
3,561
3,908
51.8%
Total
174
454
6,912
7,540
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 76
12 of 12 Precincts Completely Reporting
Brumbaugh did well as his 95% RINO Index score said he should have.    We are pleased that he won
 
Our candidate won this race
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GLENDA K. PUETT (DEM)
54
70
2,253
2,377
28.0%
DAVID BRUMBAUGH (REP)
123
127
5,866
6,116
72.0%
Total
177
197
8,119
8,493
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 83
17 of 17 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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ED HOLZBERGER (DEM)
161
199
3,094
3,454
33.2%
RANDY McDANIEL (REP)
482
228
6,228
6,938
66.8%
Total
643
427
9,322
10,392
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 85
16 of 16 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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CYNDI MUNSON (DEM)
331
259
4,545
5,135
43.6%
DAVID DANK (REP)
516
246
5,873
6,635
56.4%
Total
847
505
10,418
11,770
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 86
25 of 25 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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WILL FOURKILLER (DEM)
113
214
4,549
4,876
70.3%
TONYA TEANEY (REP)
36
99
1,928
2,063
29.7%
Total
149
313
6,477
6,939
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 87
12 of 12 Precincts Completely Reporting
Nelson squeaked out a narrow win and that is disappointing.
 
Our candidate lost this race
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COLLIN WALKE (DEM)
160
160
3,567
3,887
46.9%
JASON NELSON (REP)
184
123
4,099
4,406
53.1%
Total
344
283
7,666
8,293
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 91
10 of 10 Precincts Completely Reporting
This was Mike Reynolds’ old House seat and it it great that we have a conservative taking over.
 
Our candidate won this race.
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TREY PUCKETT (DEM)
113
89
2,070
2,272
23.2%
CHRIS KANNADY (REP)
338
322
6,844
7,504
76.8%
Total
451
411
8,914
9,776
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 93
Mike has had low numbers on his RINO Index because he is planning a run for sheriff but he is a conservative at heart so  we did good on this race.
 
Our candidate won this race.
11 of 11 Precincts Completely Reporting
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WILLIAM LEE MOLDEN (DEM)
96
41
1,751
1,888
41.3%
MIKE CHRISTIAN (REP)
144
38
2,497
2,679
58.7%
Total
240
79
4,248
4,567
 
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 95
11 of 11 Precincts Completely Reporting
We gave no recommendation on this race
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MARK DeSHAZO (DEM)
94
82
2,424
2,600
37.7%
CHARLIE JOYNER (REP)
194
70
4,032
4,296
62.3%
Total
288
152
6,456
6,896
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 96
17 of 17 Precincts Completely Reporting
Lewis Moore won with a comfortable margin.   We look forward to his RINO Index score improving in the coming session.
 
Our candidate won this race
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CECILIA A. TAFT (DEM)
138
107
2,549
2,794
25.8%
LEWIS H. MOORE (REP)
385
242
7,428
8,055
74.2%
Total
523
349
9,977
10,849
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 97
18 of 18 Precincts Completely Reporting
This is another safe Democratic seat
 
Our candidate lost this race.
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MIKE SHELTON (DEM)
241
873
6,774
7,888
78.4%
TONNI L. CANADAY (REP)
92
73
2,011
2,176
21.6%
Total
333
946
8,785
10,064
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 99
We gave no recommendation on this race
16 of 16 Precincts Completely Reporting
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GEORGE E. YOUNG (DEM)
145
557
5,018
5,720
82.3%
WILLARD LINZY (REP)
65
67
1,099
1,231
17.7%
Total
210
624
6,117
6,951
 
 
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 100
11 of 11 Precincts Completely Reporting
Hall needed replaced but this is a safe Republican seat
 
Our candidate lost his race
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DONALD M. SMITH (DEM)
150
125
2,676
2,951
34.0%
ELISE HALL (REP)
367
112
5,254
5,733
66.0%
Total
517
237
7,930
8,684
 
 
 
 
 
  
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