Wednesday, September 26, 2018

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.


During a gubernatorial forum hosted by The Oklahoman early Monday evening, neither Republican Kevin Stitt nor Democrat Drew Edmondson took a direct shot at his opponent. But when moderator and political reporter Chris Casteel asked Edmondson about a third-party...
Standing at a podium in the high school cafeteria where she said she spent "more than a couple hours of detention," U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren told a politically motivated crowd of Oklahoma teachers today that "we are fighting to...
Even if no incumbents lose their November general elections, the 57th Oklahoma Legislature will feature a large freshman class of 44 new members in the House of Representatives and 12 in the State Senate. At a minimum, then, 43 percent...
Few people in Oklahoma know more about political history, trends and shenanigans than OU professor Keith Gaddie. In this episode of the How We Got Here podcast, Gaddie leads FKG Consulting's Bryan Fried and NonDoc editor in chief William W....
Once an Oklahoma governor himself, former OU President David Boren formally endorsed gubernatorial candidate Drew Edmondson this morning at the State Capitol, praising the Democrat's "expertise" and "good judgment." Flanked by eight women and two children, the pair largely discussed...

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