Oklahoma

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President

Winner gets 7 electoral votes

Candidates%VoteWinner
Donald Trump65.4%1,020,280
Joe Biden32.3%503,890
Legend
Biden
Trump
Johnson
Stein
McMullin
Other
No Result
Oklahoma City Tulsa Lawton

Senate

1 seat is up for election
This seat is currently held by the Republican Party.
Candidates%VoteWinner
Jim Inhofe62.9%979,140
Abby Broyles32.8%509,763
Robert Murphy2.2%34,435
Joan Farr1.4%21,652
A.D. Nesbit0.7%11,371

Additional Info

James Lankford (Republican) is not up for re-election this year. 2022.

Legend
Dem
GOP
Lib
Grn
BFA
Other
No Result
No Election
Oklahoma City Tulsa Lawton

House

5 seats are up for election
DistrictDem.Rep.Oth.
OK-01
33%
64%
4%
OK-02
22%
75%
3%
OK-03
22%
78%
OK-04
29%
68%
3%
OK-05
48%
52%
Legend
Dem
GOP
Lib
Grn
BFA
Other
No Result
Oklahoma City Tulsa Lawton

Governor

Next gubernational election in Oklahoma will take place on November 2022
Candidatesterm ends
Kevin Stitt2022
Source: Associated Press
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