Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Election Results Map: U.S. Senate, other statewide races

Earlier this week, I update my long-running Election Results Maps series with a post looking at the 2022 Oklahoma general election races for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and State Superintendent. In this post, we'll cover the remaining statewide partisan races.

Overall, it was a Republican romp.

Incumbent U.S. Sen. James Lankford sailed to victory, winning all 77 counties. In Cimarron County, the Libertarian and Independent candidate combined for 2 more votes than the Democrat.

2nd District Congressman Markwayne Mullin won 76 of 77 counties, with former 5th District Congresswoman Kendra Horn's lone victory coming in Oklahoma County, the core of her former congressional seat.

State Rep. Todd Russ becomes the next Republican State Treasurer, winning all 77 counties by generally massive margins. 

Incumbent RINO Labor Commissioner Leslie Osborn won all 77 counties in her reelection bid. Libertarian Will Daugherty nearly topped the Democrat in Cimarron County (6.67% to 7.64%, a difference of 0.97% or 7 votes).

State Sen. Kim David won all 77 counties on her way to victory. In Cimarron County, the Democrat and Independent candidates tied at 5.53% each.

And lastly, Gentner Drummond easily dispatched his lone opponent, Libertarian candidate Lynda Steele. 

That's all for now. I may try to do a map of the 2nd Congressional District election if I find the time.


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