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Oklahoma: 2006 Elections
Edited on Sun Sep-24-06 05:54 PM by Eugene


Oklahoma

2006 Elections: Governor, US Senator, Other Statewide Offices, US House, State Senate, State House, Ballot initiatives/Referendums

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State Politics At-A-Glance


Population (2000 Census): 3,450,654
Electoral Votes: 7

:redbox: 2004 Presidential: Kerry (D) 34%, Bush (R) 66%
:redbox: 2000 Presidential: Gore (D) 38%, Bush (R) 60%
:redbox: 1996 Presidential: Clinton (D) 40%, Dole (R) 48%, Perot (I) 11%

:bluebox: Governor: Brad Henry (D) Elected: 2002 (Next Election: 2006)
:redbox: Senior US Senator: James Inhofe (R) Elected: 1992, 1996 (Next Election: 2008)
:redbox: Junior US Senator: Tom Coburn (R) Elected: 2004 (Next Election: 2010)
:redbox: US House (5 seats): D-1, R-4
:bluebox: State Senate (48 seats): D-26, R-22
:redbox: State House (101 seats): D-44, R-57

Election Information


Primary Election Dates
Voter Registration Deadline for Primary Election: June 30, 2006
State/Local Primary Date: July 25, 2006

Primary Run-Off Election Dates
Voter Registration Deadline for Run-Off Election: July 28, 2006
Run-Off Date: August 22, 2006

General Election Dates
Voter Registration Deadline for General Election: October 13, 2006
General Election Date (all states): November 07, 2006

State Office in charge of Elections
Oklahoma State Election Board
Room B-6, State Capitol Building
PO Box 53156
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152
Phone: (405) 521-2391
Fax: (405) 521-6457
Email: elections@oklaosf.state.ok.us
http://www.state.ok.us/~elections

State Democratic Party
Oklahome Democratic Party
4100 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Phone: (405) 427-3366
http://www.okdemocrats.org

State Republican Party
Oklahoma Republican Party
4031 North Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Phone: (405) 528-3501
Fax: (405) 521-9531
Email: okgop@okgop.com
http://www.okgop.com

Governor's Race 2006


Candidates

Brad Henry (D) Incumbent
Governor
Campaign Website: http://www.henryforgovernor.com

Ernest Istook (R)
Congressman
Campaign Website: http://www.istook.com

US Senate Race 2006


No US Senate Race in 2006

Other Statewide Races 2006


Lieutanant Governor

Jari Askins (D)
State House Minority Leader
Campaign Website: http://www.jariaskins.com

Todd Hiett (R)
State House Speaker
Campaign Website: http://www.toddhiett.com

Elmer Zen "E.Z." Million (I)
Campaign Website: http://www.ezmillion.net

State Auditor and Inspector

Jeff McMahan (D) Incumbent
State Auditor
Campaign Website: http://www.mcmahancan.com

Gary Jones (R)
Former State GOP Chair and Accountant
Campaign Website: http://www.jonesauditor.com

Attorney General

Drew Edmonson (D) Incumbent
Attorney General
Campaign Website: http://www.edmondsonagain.com

James Dunn (R)
Attorney
Campaign Website: http://www.okattorneygeneral.com

State Treasurer

Scott Meacham (D) Incumbent
Treasurer
Campaign Website: http://www.votemeacham.com

Howard Barnett (R)
Investment Executive and Former Gubernatorial Chief of Staff
Campaign Website: http://www.barnettfortreasurer.com

Superintendant of Public Instruction

Sandy Garrett (D) Incumbent
Superintendant of Public Instruction
Campaign Website: http://www.sandygarrett.net

Bill Crozier (R)
Campaign Website: ?

Commissioner of Labor

Lloyd Fields (D)
Former State Representative, Plumbing Contractor and Rancher
Campaign Website: http://www.lloydfields2006.com

Brenda Reneau (R) Incumbent
Commissioner of Labor
Campaign Website: http://www.brendareneau.org

Insurance Commissioner

Kim Holland (D) Incumbent
Insurance Commissioner
Campaign Website: http://hollandforoklahoma.com

Bill Case (R)
State Representative and Insurance Agent
Campaign Website: http://www.case4commissioner.com

State Corporation Commissioner

Cody Graves (D)
Former Corporation Commissioner
Campaign Website: http://www.votecodygraves.com

Bob Anthony (R) Incumbent
Corporation Commissioner
Campaign Website: http://www.bobanthony.com

US House of Representatives Races 2006


US House Districts: 5

Key Races: 05 OPEN SEAT, Mary Fallin (R) v. David Hunter (D)

Candidates, by Congressional District

OK-01
Alan Gentges (D), Campaign Website: http://www.gentges4congress.org
John Sullivan (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://www.johnsullivanforcongress.com
Bill Wortman (I), Campaign Website: ?

OK-02
Dan Boren (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://www.borenforcongress.com
Patrick Miller (R), Campaign Website: ?

OK-03
Sue Barton (D), Campaign Website: http://www.bartonforcongress.org
Frank Lucas (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://www.franklucas.org

OK-04
Hal Spake (D), Campaign Website: http://halspake.blogspot.com
Tom Cole (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://www.tomcoleforcongress.com

OK-05
David Hunter (D), Campaign Website: http://drhunterforcongress.com
Mary Fallin (R), Campaign Website: http://www.maryfallin.org
Matthew Woodson (I), Campaign Website: http://www.sendmeabuck.com

State Senate Races 2006


State Senate Districts: 48

Seats at stake in 2006: 24, even-numbered districts

Key Races: ?

State House Races 2006


State House Districts: 101

Seats at stake in 2006: 101

Key Races: ?

Ballot initiatives/Referendums


:graybox: State Question No. 724
   This measure amends Article V, Section 21 of the State Constitution. That Section deals
   with State pay to legislators. The amendment restricts State pay to some legislators.
   The pay restriction would apply to some legislators while in jail or prison. The pay
   restriction would apply to legislators found guilty of a crime. It would also apply
   to legislators who plead either guilty or no contest. Affected legislators must return
   any State pay received for time while in jail or prison.
   Shall the proposal be approved?
   Full Text (pdf)

:graybox: State Question No. 725
   This measure amends the State Constitution. It amends Section 23 of Article 10.
   The measure deals with the Constitutional Reserve Fund also known as the Rainy Day Fund.
   The measure allows money to be spent from the Rainy Day Fund. The purpose of the authorized
   spending is to retain employment for state residents by helping at-risk manufacturers.
   Payments from the Fund would be used to encourage such manufacturers to make investments
   in Oklahoma. All such payments from the Fund must be unanimously approved by three State
   officers. Those officers are the Governor and the head of the Senate and House of
   Representatives. Those officers could only approve payments recommended by an independent
   committee. Such spending is allowed in years when there is Eighty Million Dollars or more
   in the Fund and other conditions are met. Such spending is limited to Ten Million Dollars
   a year. The help given to a manufacturer is limited to ten percent of its in-State capital
   investments. The Legislature could make laws to carry out the amendment.
   Shall the proposal be approved?
   Full Text (pdf)

:graybox: State Question No. 733
   This measure amends the Oklahoma Constitution. It amends Article 28. This Article deals
   with sales of alcoholic beverages. Section 6 of Article 28 bans the sale of alcoholic
   beverages by package stores on certain days. Package store sales of these beverages are
   prohibited on election days while the polls are open. This measure would remove the ban
   on sales on election days. If this measure passes, package stores could sell alcoholic
   beverages on election days.
   Shall the proposal be approved?
   Full Text (pdf)

:graybox: State Question No. 734
   This measure amends the Oklahoma Constitution. It amends Section 6A of Article 10.
   This section provides an exemption from property tax. The exemption applies to goods
   that are shipped into the state, but which do not remain in the state for more than
   ninety days. This is sometimes known as the freeport exemption. This measure would allow
   laws to be enacted. The laws could provide for an application process to claim this
   exemption. The laws could require the application to be filed by a certain date. The laws
   could require certain information to be included with the application. The application
   would be filed with the county assessor.
   Shall the proposal be approved?
   Full Text (pdf)

Links


Blogs
Democratic Underground Oklahoma Forum
LeftyBlogs.com Oklahoma
Cutting to the Chase
Independent Christian Voice
OK Blawg - The Oklahoma Law Blog
Okiedoke - Vintage Okie opinion
Okie Funk: Notes from the Outback
The Left End of the Dial
The Practical Progressive

Demographic Links
U.S. Census Bureau Oklahoma Quick Facts

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