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2002 Oklahoma Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 8/27/02, Run-off: 9/17/02,
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties, State Media,
Governor, 58% in '98, Frank Keating (R) barred from third term,
ex-GOP / businessman Vince Orza (D) 44.03%, St. Sen. Brad Henry (D) 28.51%, St. Sen. Enoch Kelly Haney (D) 16.85%, St. Rep. James Dunegan (D) 8.03%, retiree / '01 Congressional candidate James E. Lamkin (D) 2.59%, U.S. Rep. Steve Largent (R) 87.25%, motivational speaker Jim Denny (R) 8.12%, design engineer Andrew Marr, Jr. (R) 4.63%, ex-U.S. Attorney Gary L. Richardson (I),
Lt. Governor,
ex-St. Rep. / '98 Gov. nominee Laura Boyd (D), Mary Fallin (R) 81.96%, Jim Clark (R) 18.04%, '96 Senate candidate / '00 Congressional candidate Billy Maguire (I), consultant Elmer Zen "E.Z." Million (I),
Attorney General,
Edward "Drew" Edmondson (D), St. Corp. Comm'r. Denise A. Bode (R) 59.28%, attorney Tim Green (R) 40.72%,
Treasurer,
Robert A. Butkin (D), No Republican
Auditor, Clifton H. Scott (D) retiring,
state auditor employee Jeff A. McMahan (D) 61.45%, accountant Ron Dillard (D) 21.69%, CPA / fraud examiner John K. Fodge (D) 16.86%, ex-Co. Comm'r. Gary Jones (R),
Insurance Commissioner,
Carroll Fisher (D), teacher Fannie Bates (D), Doug Barry (R), Patrick Gaines, Sr. (R),
Labor Commissioner,
St. Rep. Lloyd L. Fields (D) 66.43%, perennial candidate Virginia "Blue Jeans" Jenner (D) 33.57%, Brenda Reneau Wynn (R) 64.24%, St. Rep. Tim Pope (R) 35.76%,
Superintendent of Schools,
Sandy Garrett (D), professor Lloyd Roettger (R),
Corporate Commissioner, Ed Apple (R) retiring,
attorney R. Keith Butler (D) 48.92%, high school administrator Jeff Tomlin (D) 36.89%, businessman Curtis Speaker (D) 14.18%, mayoral aide Jeff Cloud (R) 40.19%, ex-adm. judge Dana Murphy (R) 39.54%, St. Sen. Mark Snyder (R) 20.27%, businessman / '00 nominee Roger Bloxham (L),
Senator, 56.7% in '96, 1st term,
ex-Gov. / businessman David Walters (D) 49.2%, attorney Thomas D. "Tom" Boettcher (D) 34.35%, political newcomer Jim Rogers (D) 9.88%, perennial candidate / LaRouchite George Gentry (D) 6.57%, James M. "Jim" Inhofe (R), '94 congressional candidate James Germalic (I),
1st Congressional District, 53.8% in '02 Special Election, 1st term,
school board member / attorney S. Douglas "Doug" Dodd (D), St. Rep. John Sullivan (R) 84.6%, librarian / '00 candidate Evelyn L. Rogers (R) 15.4%, '00 Congressional nominee Joseph V. Cristiano (L),
2nd Congressional District, 54.9% in '00, 1st term
Brad Carson (D) 64.2%, St. Rep. Mike Mass (D) 30.46%, 79 year old Checotah Dorothy Vandiver (D) 5.34%, '98 Democratic nominee ex-St. Transportation Commissioner / rancher Kent Pharaoh (D),
3rd Congressional District, 59.3% in '00, 5th term
No Democrat Frank D. Lucas (R) 89.17%, ex-district judge Richard Hovis (R) 10.83%, network technician / '96 & '00 nominee Robert T. Murphy (L),
4th Congressional District, Wes Watkins (R) retiring after 3rd / 10th term, J. C. Watts, Jr. (R) retiring after 4th term, 64.9% in '00,
'96 nominee / '98 candidate ex-St. Sen. Maj. Ldr. Darryl Roberts (D) 48.25%, attorney / '98 nominee Ben Odom (D) 34.19% but later withdrew, rancher Lance Compton (D) 10.1%, police chief Brandon Clabes (D) 7.45%, ex-dir. of the DA Councils Bob McDonald, Sr. (D) withdrew ex-St. Sen. /ex-Sec. of St. Tom Cole (R) 59.65%, attorney / ex-Exec. Dir. of NRCC Marc Nuttle (R) 32.7%, Terry Johnson (R) 3.06%, author / teacher / nurse / perennial candidate Tennie Beatrice Rogers (R) 1.77%, Jerry J. Black (R) 1.64%, construction contractor / Christian activist Garlin Newton (R) 1.17%, retired Army Col. Joe Zalar, Jr. (R) withdrew
5th Congressional District, 68.4% in '00, 5th term,
consultant Lou Barlow (D), Ernest Jim Istook (R), Donna C. Davis (I),
2002 Oklahoma Congressional and Statewide Primary Run Off Results
Run-off:
9/17/02,
Governor, 58% in '98, Frank Keating (R) barred from third term,
St. Sen. Brad Henry (D) 52.42%, ex-GOP / businessman Vince Orza (D) 47.58%, U.S. Rep. Steve Largent (R), ex-U.S. Attorney Gary L. Richardson (I),
Corporate Commissioner, Ed Apple (R) retiring,
attorney R. Keith Butler (D) 61.06%, high school administrator Jeff Tomlin (D) 38.94%, mayoral aide Jeff Cloud (R) 59.07%, ex-adm. judge Dana Murphy (R) 40.93%, businessman / '00 nominee Roger Bloxham (L),
Senator, 56.7% in '96, 1st term,
ex-Gov. / businessman David Walters (D) 56.94%, attorney Thomas D. "Tom" Boettcher (D) 43.06%, James M. "Jim" Inhofe (R), '94 congressional candidate James Germalic (I),

1. Key to Oklahoma Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party


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