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Oklahomans Elected
11/02/2010
 

Gus Blackwell, GOP, elected State House,

District 61, Oklahoma.

Frank Lucas, GOP, elected U.S. House, District

3, Oklahoma

Tom Coburn, GOP, elected U.S. Senate, Oklahoma

Todd Lamb, GOP, elected Lieutenant Governor,

Oklahoma.

Mark Costello, GOP, elected Labor Commissioner,

Oklahoma.

Dennis Casey, GOP, elected State House,

District 35, Oklahoma.

Scott Pruitt, GOP, elected Attorney General,

Oklahoma.

Ken Miller, GOP, elected Treasurer, Oklahoma.

Dan Boren, Dem, elected U.S. House, District 2,

Oklahoma.

John Sullivan, GOP, elected U.S. House,

District 1, Oklahoma.

Mike Shelton, Dem, elected State House,

District 97, Oklahoma.

Ann Coody, GOP, elected State House, District

64, Oklahoma.

Jeff Hickman, GOP, elected State House,

District 58, Oklahoma.

Mike Brown, Dem, elected State House, District

4, Oklahoma.

Frank Simpson, GOP, elected State Senate,

District 14, Oklahoma.

Skye McNiel, GOP, elected State House, District

29, Oklahoma.

Cory Williams, Dem, elected State House,

District 34, Oklahoma.

James Lankford, GOP, elected U.S. House,

District 5, Oklahoma.

Brian Renegar, Dem, elected State House,

District 17, Oklahoma.

Ed Cannaday, Dem, elected State House, District

15, Oklahoma.

Andrew Rice, Dem, elected State Senate,

District 46, Oklahoma.

Mark McCullough, GOP, elected State House,

District 30, Oklahoma.

Marty Quinn, GOP, elected State House, District

9, Oklahoma.

Phil Richardson, GOP, elected State House,

District 56, Oklahoma.

Scott Martin, GOP, elected State House,

District 46, Oklahoma.

Colby Schwartz, GOP, elected State House,

District 43, Oklahoma.

Josh Brecheen, GOP, elected State Senate,

District 6, Oklahoma.

Dustin Roberts, GOP, elected State House,

District 21, Oklahoma.

Tom Newell, GOP, elected State House, District

28, Oklahoma.

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