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Oklahoma’s 2016 Federal, State & City Mayoral Candidates

Republicans are in Red, Democrats are in Blue, Independents are in Green, Incumbents are underlined and Withdrawn. Day they filled: W = Wednesday, T = Thursday, and F = Friday. Key deadlines

Deadline Event
June 28, 2016
 Primary Election
Nov. 8, 2016  General Election


Primary: Oklahoma is one of 22 states with a mixed primary system. Parties decide who may vote, so an unaffiliated voter must be authorized by a party in order to vote in the primary.

Voter registration: Voters must register to vote in the primary election by ????. For the special election, the voter registration deadline is (25 days prior to the election).

Oklahoma Military and Overseas Ballot Online system: Announcement about Military and Overseas Ballots Online System Online Across State of Oklahoma

New Online Voter Tool

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Federal Offices

President of the United States

U.S. Senate (Full Term)

Senator James Lankford (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

U.S. House – District 1

Congressman Jim Bridenstine (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

U.S. House – District 2

Congressman Markwayne Mullin (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

U.S. House – District 3

Congressman Frank Lucas (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

U.S. House – District 4

Congressman Tom Cole (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

U.S. House – District 5

Congressman Steve Russell (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

State Offices

State Senate

District 01 (Incumbent State Sen. Charles Wyrick of Oklahoma City is term limited) (Office Site)

District 03

State Sen. Wayne Shaw (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 07

State Sen. Larry Boggs (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 09 (Incumbent State Sen. Earl Garrison of Muskogee is term limited) (Office Site)

District 11

State Sen. Kevin Matthews (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 13 (Incumbent State Sen. Susan Paddack of Ada is term limited) (Office Site)

Jet McCoy (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 15

State Sen. Rob Standridge (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 17

State Sen. Ron Sharp (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 19

State Sen. Patrick Anderson (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 21 (State Sen. Halligan Announces 2016 Session Will be His Last) (Office Site)

District 23 (Incumbent State Sen. Ron Justice of Chickasha is term limited) (Office Site)

Kevin Crow (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 25 (Incumbent State Sen. Mike Mazzei of Tulsa is term limited) (Office Site)

Bob Jack (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy
Craig Murray (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy
Joe Newhouse (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 27

State Sen. Bryce Marlatt (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 29 (Incumbent State Sen. John Ford of Bartlesville is term limited) (Office Site)

former Bartlesville Mayor Julie Daniels (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Accouncement of Candidacy

District 31 (Incumbent State Sen. Don Barrington of Lawton is term limited) (Office Site)

District 32 (Incumbent State Sen. Randy Bass of Lawton is term limited) (Office Site)

District 33

State Sen. Nathan Dahm (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 35

State Sen. Gary Stanislawski (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 37

State Sen. Dan Newberry (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 39 (Incumbent State Sen. Brian Crain of Tulsa is term limited) (Office Site)

Amanda Teegarden (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 41 (Incumbent State Sen. Clark Jolley of Edmond is term limited) (Office Site)

Paul Blair (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Exploratory Committee Formed
Adam Pugh (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 43

State Sen. Corey Brooks (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 45

State Sen. Kyle Loveless (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 47

State Sen. Greg Treat (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

State House

District 01

State Rep. Johnny Tadlock (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 02

State Rep. John Bennett (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 03

State Rep. John Lockhart (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 04 (Incumbent State Rep. Mike Brown is term limited) (Office Site)

District 05 (Incumbent State Rep. Doug Cox is term limited) (Office Site)

Josh Russell (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 06

State Rep. Chuck Hoskin (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 07

State Rep. Ben Loring (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 08  (Incumbent State Rep. Ben Sherrer is term limited) (Office Site)

Carl Parson (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 09

State Rep. Mark Lepak (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 10

State Rep. Travis Dunlap (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 11

State Rep. Earl Sears (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 12 (Incumbent State Rep. Wade Rousselot is term limited) (Office Site)

District 13 (Incumbent State Rep. Jerry McPeak is term limited) (Office Site)

AL Stevens (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 14

State Rep. George Faught (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 15

State Rep. Ed Cannaday (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 16 (Incumbent State Rep. Jerry Shoemake is term limited) (Office Site)

District 17

State Rep. Brian Renegar (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 18

State Rep. Donnie Condit (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 19 (Incumbent State Rep. R.C. Pruett is term limited) (Office Site)

District 20

State Rep. Bobby Cleveland (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 21

State Rep. Dustin Roberts (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 22

State Rep. Charles McCall (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 23

State Rep. Terry O’Donnell (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 24

State Rep. Steve Kouplen (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 25

State Rep. Todd Thomsen (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 26

State Rep. Justin Wood (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 27

State Rep. Josh Cockroft (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 28

State Rep. Tom Newell (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 29

State Rep. James Leewright (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 30

State Rep. Mark McCullough (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 31

State Rep. Jason Murphey (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 32

State Rep. Kevin Wallace (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 39 (Incumbent State Rep. Marian Cooksey of Edmond is term limited) (Office Site)

Michael Buoy (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 42 (Incumbent State Rep. Lisa Billy of Purcell is term limited) (Office Site)

Tim Downing (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 44

Corey Perry (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy
State Rep. Emily Virgin (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 67 (Incumbent State Rep. Pam Peterson of Tulsa is term limited) (Office Site)

Scott McEachin (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 92 (Incumbent State Rep. Richard Morrissette of Oklahoma City is term limited) (Office Site)

Joe Griffin (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy
Forrest Bennett (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

District 94

Jason Sansone (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy
State Rep. Scott Inman (Office Site), (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site)

District 101 (Incumbent State Rep. Gary Banz of Oklahoma City is term limited) (Office Site)

Thessali (Tess) Teague (Campaign Site), (Ballotpedia Site) Announcement of Candidacy

City Offices


Last updated: October 13, 2015 at 1:06 am

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