2014 Election Results

2014 Election Results

CREATED Aug 27, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Former state Sen. Steve Russell has won the Republican nomination for central Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District. Russell defeated Corporation Commission member Patrice Douglas in Tuesday's runoff election for the GOP nomination. Russell faces Democratic state Sen. Al McAffrey in the Nov. 4 election. 

 Longtime educator John Cox has won the Democratic Party's nomination to be Oklahoma's next superintendent of schools. Cox has worked in education for 30 years as a teacher, principal and superintendent. In voting Tuesday, he defeated teacher Freda Deskin to win the nomination and will face Republican Joy Hofmeister in November.

 State Sen. Connie Johnson has won the Democratic primary runoff election and will face Republican U.S. Rep. James Lankford in the race to fill an open Oklahoma U.S. Senate seat. Johnson beat perennial candidate Jim Rogers in Tuesday's contest. Lankford is a two-term congressman. 

The Votes are in, and Steve Kunzweiler has beaten opponent Fred Jordan for the position of Tulsa County District Attorney. He takes over for Tim Harris who had previously served as Tulsa DA since 1998. Kunzweiler had served for  24 years as a criminal prosecutor. Harris's Term will expire Jan 3rd 2015 

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