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FINAL - Unofficial Election Results - FINAL

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Last Updated On November 4, 2014 At: 9:15 pm

STATE OFFICERS

FOR GOVERNOR

JOE DOMAN - D

3414

35.1%

MARY FALLIN - R

6005

61.8%

KIMBERLY WILLIS - I

197

2.0%

RICHARD PRAWDZIENSKI - I

97

1.0%

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting

CATHY CUMMINGS - D

2337

24.2%

TODD G. LAMB - R

7333

75.8%

FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting

JOHN COX - D

3708

38.4%

JOY HOFMEISTER - R

5945

61.6%

FOR COMMISSIONER OF LABOR

28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting

MIKE WORKMAN - D

2963

31.2%

MARK CASTELLO - R

6549

68.8%

STATE OFFICERS

FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR

28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting

MATT SILVERSTEIN - D

2072

21.5%

JIM INHOFE - R

7220

74.8%

AARON DeLOZIER - I

77

0.8%

RAY WOODS - I

156

1.6%

JOAN FARR - I

133

1.4%

FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR - (UNEXPIRED TERM)

28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting

CONNIE JOHNSON - D

2155

22.3%

JAMES LANKFORD - R

7187

74.3%

MARK T. BEARD - I

334

3.5%

FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE - DISTRICT 28

28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting

FRANKIE ROBBINS - D

2214

22.9%

FRANK LUCUS - R

7443

77.1%

JUDICAL OFFICERS

FOR ASSOCIATE DISTRICT JUDGE - KAY COUNTY

28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting

MICHAEL C. TREWITT

3598

39.8%

DAVID BANDY

5431

60.2%

JUDICAL RETENTION

JUSTICES OF THE OKLAHOMA SUPREME COURT

SUPREME COURT DISTRICT 1
28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall JOHN F. REIF of the OKLAHOMA SUPREME COURT be retained in office?

YES

5015

56.9%

NO

3804

43.1%

SUPREME COURT DISTRICT 6 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall TOM COLBERT of the OKLAHOMA SUPREME COURT be retained in office?
YES 5572 62.6%
NO 3330 37.4%
SUPREME COURT DISTRICT 9 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall JOSEPH M. WATT of the OKLAHOMA SUPREME COURT be retained in office?
YES 5143 58.3%
NO 3683 41.7%

JUDGES OF THE OKLAHOMA COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS

COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS DISTRICT 3 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall GARY L. LUMPKIN of the OKLAHOMA COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS be retained in office?
YES 5257 59.6%
NO 3557 40.4%

JUDGES OF THE OKLAHOMA COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS

COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS DISTRICT 1 - OFFICE 1 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall JERRY L. GOODMAN of the OKLAHOMA COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS be retained in office?
YES 5147 58.7%
NO 3619 41.3%
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS DISTRICT 1 - OFFICE 2 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall JANE P. WISEMAN of the OKLAHOMA COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS be retained in office?
YES 5137 58.6%
NO 3631 41.4%
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS DISTRICT 2 - OFFICE 1 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall DEBORAH B. BARNES of the OKLAHOMA COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS be retained in office?
YES 5162 59.0%
NO 3589 41.0%
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS DISTRICT 2 - OFFICE 2 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall KEITH RAPP of the OKLAHOMA COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS be retained in office?
YES 4960 56.8%
NO 3779 43.2%
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS DISTRICT 6 - OFFICE 2 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
Shall BRIAN JACK GOREE of the OKLAHOMA COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS be retained in office?
YES 5091 58.2%
NO 3660 41.8%

STATE QUESTIONS

STATE QUESTION NO. 769

LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 364

This measure amends Article 2, Section 12 of the Oklahoma Constitution. That Section currently imposes limits on an individual simultaneously holding certain government offices. The amendment would permit those serving in state offices of trust or profit to also hold certain military positions. Holders of an Oklahoma office of trust or profit who currently can not simultaneously hold certain military positions, include:

  •  Legislators;
  • State Judges;
  • District Attorneys;
  • Statewide elected officials, such as the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General and Treasurer;
  • Members of State Boards, Agencies and Commissions, and
  • Many County Officers.

The measure creates a state constitutional right permitting holders of Oklahoma offices of trust or profit to also serve and be called to active duty or active service in the following military positions:

  1. An Officer or Enlisted Member of
  • The National Guard, The National Guard Reserve,
  • The Oklahoma State Guard, or
  • Any other active militia or military force organized under State law;
  1. An Officer of the Officers Reserve Corps of the United States; or
  2. An Enlisted Member of the Organized Reserves of the United States.

The measure empowers the Legislature to enact laws to implement the amended Section.

SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED?

FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 6635 71.2% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 2684 28.8%

STATE QUESTION NO. 770

LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 365

This measure amends the Oklahoma Constitution. It amends Section 8E of Article 10. This section provides a homestead exemption to certain qualifying disabled veterans. It also provides a homestead exemption to the surviving spouse of qualifying disabled veterans. This measure would allow either the veteran or his or her surviving spouse to sell the homestead but acquire another homestead property in the same calendar year. The exemption would apply to the newly acquired homestead property to the same extent as the original exemption for the homestead property that was sold.

SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED?

FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 8429 90.1% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 926 9.9%

STATE QUESTION NO. 771

LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 366

This measure amends the Oklahoma Constitution. It would add a new Section 8F to Article 10. It would create a homestead exemption for the surviving spouse of military personnel who die in the line of duty. The United States Department of Defense or the applicable branch of the United States military would make the determination regarding whether the person engaged in military service died while in the line of duty. It would provide the surviving spouse of such person with a one hundred percent (128%) exemption for the fair cash value of the homestead until the surviving spouse remarried. This measure would allow the surviving spouse to sell the homestead, but acquire another homestead property in the same calendar year. The exemption would apply to the newly acquired homestead property to the same extent as the original exemption for the homestead property that was sold. The exemption would apply beginning in calendar year 2015. The exemption would also apply for the 2014 calendar year if the surviving spouse meets applicable requirements.

SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED?

FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 8460 90.4% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees reporting
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 898 9.6%

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