Oklahoma State Profile

Election Schedule

Presidential/State Primary:2016-3-1
State Primary:2016-6-28
Primary Runoff:2016-8-23

Election Vitals

Governor:Mary Fallin (R) unable to seek re-election 2018 due to term limits
Senator:James Inhofe (R) re-election 2020
Senator:James Lankford (R) re-election 2016

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Past Presidential Elections

Percentage of Votes for Jimmy Carter in 1976 48.7%
Percentage of Votes for Gerald Ford in 1976 50.0%
Percentage of Votes for Jimmy Carter in 1980 35.0%
Percentage of Votes for Ronald Reagan in 1980 60.5%
Percentage of Votes for Walter Mondale in 1984 30.7%
Percentage of Votes for Ronald Reagan in 1984 68.6%
Percentage of Votes for Michael Dukakis in 1988 41.3%
Percentage of Votes for George Bush in 1988 57.9%
Percentage of Votes for Bill Clinton in 1992 34.0%
Percentage of Votes for George Bush in 1992 42.6%
Percentage of Votes for Bill Clinton in 1996 40.4%
Percentage of Votes for Bob Dole in 1996 48.3%
Percentage of Votes for Al Gore in 2000 38.4%
Percentage of Votes for George W. Bush in 2000 60.3%
Percentage of Votes for John Kerry in 2004 34.4%
Percentage of Votes for George W. Bush in 2004 65.6%
Percentage of Votes for Barack Obama in 2008 34.4%
Percentage of Votes for John McCain in 2008 65.6%
Percentage of Votes for Barack Obama in 2012 33.2%
Percentage of Votes for Mitt Romney in 2012 66.8%

Previous Election Results, other races

1996 Senate General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
James Inhofe Republican 670,610 56.7%
Jim Boren Democratic 474,162 40.1%
Bill Maguire Independent 15,092 1.3%
Agnes Regier Libertarian 14,595 1.2%
Chris Nedbalek Independent 8,691 0.7%
1996 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Jim Boren Democratic 186,611 55.5%
Don McCorkell Democratic 122,635 36.5%
David Annanders Democratic 26,794 8.0%
1996 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
James Inhofe Republican 116,241 75.3%
Dan Lowe Republican 38,044 24.7%
1998 Governor General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Frank Keating Republican 505,498 57.9%
Laura Boyd Democratic 357,552 40.9%
Hoppy Heidelberg Reform 10,535 1.2%
1998 Governor Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Laura Boyd Democratic 171,121 60.2%
James Hager Democratic 112,941 39.8%
1998 Senate General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Don Nickles Republican 570,682 66.4%
Don Carroll Democratic 268,898 31.3%
Mike Morris Independent 15,516 1.8%
Argus Yandell Jr. Independent 4,617 0.5%
1998 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Don Carroll Democratic 120,759 45.9%
Jacquelyn Ledgerwood Democratic 56,393 21.4%
Jerry Kobyluk Democratic 54,196 20.6%
Arlie Nixon Democratic 31,860 12.1%
1998 Senate Primary Runoff
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Don Carroll Democratic 117,442 75.2%
Jacquelyn Ledgerwood Democratic 38,817 24.8%
2002 Governor General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Brad Henry Democratic 448,143 43.3%
Steve Largent Republican 441,277 42.6%
Gary Richardson Independent 146,200 14.1%
2002 Governor Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Vince Orza Democratic 154,263 44.0%
Brad Henry Democratic 99,883 28.5%
Kelly Haney Democratic 59,044 16.9%
Jim Dunegan Democratic 28,130 8.0%
James Lamkin Democratic 9,069 2.6%
2002 Governor Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Steve Largent Republican 179,631 87.3%
Jim Denny Republican 16,713 8.1%
Andrew Marr Republican 9,532 4.6%
2002 Governor Primary Runoff
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Brad Henry Democratic 135,336 52.4%
Vince Orza Democratic 122,855 47.6%
2002 Senate General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Jim Inhofe Republican 583,579 57.3%
David Walters Democratic 369,789 36.3%
James Germalic Independent 65,056 6.4%
2002 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
David Walters Democratic 170,414 49.2%
Tom Boettcher Democratic 118,986 34.4%
Jim Rogers Democratic 34,217 9.9%
George Gentry Democratic 22,770 6.6%
2002 Senate Primary Runoff
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
David Walters Democratic 146,899 56.9%
Tom Boettcher Democratic 111,067 43.1%
2004 Senate General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Tom Coburn Republican 763,433 52.8%
Brad Carson Democratic 596,750 41.2%
Sheila Bilyeu Independent 86,663 6.0%
2004 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Brad Carson Democratic 280,026 79.4%
Carroll Fisher Democratic 28,385 8.0%
Jim Rogers Democratic 20,179 5.7%
Monte Johnson Democratic 17,274 4.9%
W.B.G. Woodson Democratic 6,932 2.0%
2004 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Tom Coburn Republican 145,974 61.2%
Kirk Humphreys Republican 59,877 25.1%
Bob Anthony Republican 29,596 12.4%
Jay Hunt Republican 2,944 1.2%
2006 Governor General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Brad Henry Democratic 616,135 66.5%
Ernest Istook Republican 310,327 33.5%
2006 Governor Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Brad Henry Democratic 226,957 85.8%
Andrew Marr Democratic 37,510 14.2%
2006 Governor Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Ernest Istook Republican 99,650 54.7%
Bob Sullivan Republican 56,347 30.9%
James Williamson Republican 17,769 9.8%
Jim Evanoff Republican 8,370 4.6%
2008 Senate General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Jim Inhofe Republican 763,375 56.7%
Andrew Rice Democratic 527,736 39.2%
Stephen Wallace Independent 55,708 4.1%
2008 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Andrew Rice Democratic 113,795 59.6%
Jim Rogers Democratic 76,981 40.4%
2008 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Jim Inhofe Republican 116,371 84.2%
Evelyn Rogers Republican 10,770 7.8%
Ted Ryals Republican 7,306 5.3%
Dennis Lopez Republican 3,800 2.7%
2010 Governor General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Mary Fallin Republican 625,506 60.4%
Jari Askins Democratic 409,261 39.6%
2010 Governor Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Jari Askins Democratic 132,591 50.3%
Drew Edmondson Democratic 131,097 49.7%
2010 Governor Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Mary Fallin Republican 136,477 54.8%
Randy Brogdon Republican 98,170 39.4%
Robert Hubbard Republican 8,132 3.3%
Roger Jackson Republican 6,290 2.5%
2010 Senate General Election
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Tom Coburn Republican 718,482 70.6%
Jim Rogers Democratic 265,814 26.1%
Stephen Wallace Independent 25,048 2.5%
Ronald Dwyer Independent 7,807 0.8%
2010 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Jim Rogers Democratic 157,955 65.4%
Mark Myles Democratic 83,715 34.6%
2010 Senate Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Tom Coburn Republican 223,997 90.4%
Evelyn Rogers Republican 15,093 6.1%
Lewis Kelly Spring Republican 8,812 3.6%
2014 Governor
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Mary Fallin Republican 460,298 55.8%
Joe Dorman Democratic 338,239 41.0%
Kimberly Willis Independent 17,169 2.1%
Richard Prawdzienski Independent 9,125 1.1%
2014 Governor
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Mary Fallin Republican 200,035 75.5%
Chad Moody Republican 40,839 15.4%
Dax Ewbank Republican 24,020 9.1%
2014 Senate
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Jim Inhofe Republican 558,166 68.0%
Matt Silverstein Democratic 234,307 28.5%
Joan Farr Independent 10,554 1.3%
Ray Woods Independent 9,913 1.2%
Aaron DeLozier Independent 7,793 0.9%
2014 Senate
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Jim Inhofe Republican 231,291 87.7%
Evelyn Rogers Republican 11,960 4.5%
Erick Wyatt Republican 11,713 4.4%
Rob Moye Republican 4,846 1.8%
D. Jean McBride-Samuels Republican 3,965 1.5%
2014 Senate Special Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Connie Johnson Democratic 71,462 43.8%
Jim Rogers Democratic 57,598 35.3%
Patrick Hayes Democratic 33,943 20.8%
2014 Senate Special Primary
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
James Lankford Republican 152,749 57.2%
T.W. Shannon Republican 91,854 34.4%
Randy Brogdon Republican 12,934 4.8%
Kevin Crow Republican 2,828 1.1%
Andy Craig Republican 2,427 0.9%
Eric McCray Republican 2,272 0.9%
Jason Weger Republican 1,794 0.7%
2014 Senate Special Primary Runoff
Candidate Party # Votes % Votes
Connie Johnson Democratic 54,762 58.0%
Jim Rogers Democratic 39,664 42.0%

State Demographics

Population 3,814,820
Percentage White 73.5%
Percentage Black 7.2%
Percentage American Indian / Alaska Native 7.3%
Percentage Asian 1.8%
Percentage Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 0.1%
Percentage Mixed Race 7.7%
Percentage Other Race 2.3%
 
Percentage Hispanic 9.3%
Percentage Non Hispanic White 67.8%
Percentage Non Hispanic Black 7.1%
 
Percentage Households All Speak Language Other than English 0.9%
 
Median Household Income $44,312
Percentage Married Couple Both Work 36.3%
Percentage Income in Poverty in 2011 17.2%
Percentage Lived in different household in 2009 10.1%
 
Percentage Homes heated by Electricity 36.1%
Percentage Homes heated by Gas 61.1%
Percentage Homes heated by Coal 0.0%
Percentage Homes heated by Fuel Oil 0.1%
Percentage of Population Age 65 and Up 14.1%
Percentage Employed Civilians 16-years-old and up 44.4%
Percentage with a College Degree 23.8%
Percentage Management or Professional Workers 32.3%
Percentage Sales or Office Workers 24.5%
Percentage Production or Transportation Workers 13.1%
 
Unemployment rate 4.3%
Unemployment figures as of 2015-10
Unemployment Monthly Change -0.1%
 
Percentage Married Couples 48.5%
Percentage Married Couples with Children 18.9%
Percentage Unmarried Partner Households, Male living with Male 0.2%
Percentage Unmarried Partner Households, Female living with Female 0.2%

Last updated 12:16am July 25, 2016