Sunday, June 7, 2020

Oklahoma Elections 2018

As the 2018 Oklahoma elections unfold, bookmark this page for quick access to NonDoc’s coverage of hot legislative races, state questions and statewide offices.

In addition, find recaps of our public political debates and announcements about future events to promote public awareness about the civic process.

All of that — including results from the June 26, primary election and the Aug. 28 runoff election — can be found below.


Tulsa businessman Kevin Stitt became Oklahoma's 28th governor today, delivering a speech that continued his campaign narrative while fleshing out a goal for state agencies' accountability. Ahead of Stitt's remarks, legislators from both parties expressed optimism about a host of...
Despite setting statistical records, it hurts that only 56 percent of eligible voters turned out for Oklahoma's midterm election, and it hurts even more that 40 percent of those who did participate wound up voting straight party. With top-notch resources available...
BEGGS — After participating in April's teacher rallies at the Oklahoma State Capitol, Republican Logan Phillips had a plan: Pursue an open House District 24 seat in 2020 when Democratic Minority Leader Steve Kouplen would be term-limited. As Republicans have...
It's over. Thank goodness. But with #Election2018 behind us, the How We Got Here podcast team came together to talk about Oklahoma's results. Our editor in chief, William W. Savage III (Tres), joined FKG Consulting's Bryan Fried and Ryan Kilpatrick on...
Five state questions were put to Oklahoma voters on a wide range of issues related to health care, criminal justice, the civic process and education funding. The approval of any of these state questions would change the state constitution...

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