Saturday, July 03, 2010

Straw Poll Results from the Muskogee Tea Party's Voter Education Rally

The Muskogee Tea Party conducted a straw poll at the Voter Education Rally last night, and here are the results. Approximately 115 ballots were cast, though there were undervotes in some of the races on the ballot. Party affiliation was not mentioned during the rally while the over 30 candidates spoke, and was not listed on the straw poll ballot. Candidates who did not receive any votes were not listed in these results.
U.S. Senate:
  • Tom Coburn – 94.5%
  • Lewis Kelly Spring – 3.6%
  • Evelyn Rogers – 1.6%

U.S. House – District 2:
  • Charles Thompson – 33%
  • Daniel Edmonds – 29%
  • Howard Houchen – 21%
  • Dan Boren – 9%
  • Dan Arnett – 6%
  • Jim Wilson – 2%

Governor:
  • Randy Brogdon – 58.4%
  • Mary Fallin – 33.6%
  • Robert Hubbard – 6.2%
  • Jari Askins – 0.9%
  • Drew Edmondson – 0.9%

Lt. Governor:
  • Todd Lamb – 54.3%
  • John Wright – 31.9%
  • Paul Nosak – 9.5%
  • Kenneth Corn – 2.6%
  • Bill Crozier – 1.7%

State Auditor and Inspector:
  • Gary Jones – 77.2%
  • David Hanigar – 16.8%
  • Steve Burrage – 5.9%

Attorney General:
  • Scott Pruitt – 52.9%
  • Ryan Leonard – 46.2%
  • Jim Priest – 1%

State Treasurer:
  • Owen Laughlin – 70%
  • Ken Miller – 30%

Commissioner of Labor:
  • Mark Costello – 69.9%
  • Jason Reese – 19.4%
  • Lloyd Fields – 10.7%

Superintendent of Public Instruction:


  • Janet Barresi – 93.1%



  • Jerry Combrink – 2.9%





  • Susan Paddack – 2%


  • Larry Huff – 1%



  • Brian Kelly – 1%




  • Insurance Commissioner:
    • John Doak – 79.4%
    • Mark Croucher – 11.8%
    • John Crawford – 4.9%
    • Kim Holland – 3.9%

    Corporation Commissioner:
    • Dana Murphy – 91.4%
    • Tod Yeager – 8.6%

    There are a few surprises in these results. They are unscientific, but still do point toward how the grassroots voters are attracted to candidates when they hear them all together.

    1 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    Thank you, Jamison, for posting these results. I would be interested to know how many people attended your rally. I was not able to be there.

    This is good news for Republicans in the Second District, but we must continue to work as if our candidate is 20 points behind, and GOTV on July 27.

    Bobbie McAuliffe
    Poteau