Oklahoma

Oklahoma

  Voting Population

Eligibility (71.9% eligible to vote)
Oklahoma gained statehood in November 1907. The state voted Democratic in all but two elections through 1948, but has not gone Democratic since, except in the landslide win for Lyndon Johnson in 1964. Already fairly populous when admitted to the Union, the state had seven electoral votes in the 1908 election, the first in which it participated. No state outside the original 13 colonies, except Maine, started with more. In 2016, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by 65% to 29%, the fourth consecutive election that the Republican has won by over 30%.

Oklahoma has 7 Electoral College votes to cast in Presidential elections.

State Capital: Oklahoma City, OK   •   2020 Population: 3,954,821   •   US Representatives: 5

  Recent Election Results

Leaning
67%
Republican
2016 Presidential (34% voted Republican)
2012 Presidential (15.9% voted Democratic)
2016 US Senate
2016 US House
2014 Gubernatorial

 Current Elected Officials

This is the list of elected officials for Oklahoma City city. This includes roles such as Mayor, Comptroller and their various cabinet positions.

RepresentativeOfficeContact
David Holt Profile Picture
 David Holt
Oklahoma City Mayor
200 North Walker Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
 (405) 297-2424
 mayor@okc.gov
   

This is the list of elected officials for Oklahoma. This includes roles such as Governor and Lieutenant Governor, US and state senators and house representatives.

RepresentativeOfficeContact
James Lankford Profile Picture
 James Lankford
U.S. Senator
316 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
 (202) 224-5754
     
James M. Inhofe Profile Picture
 James M. Inhofe
U.S. Senator
205 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
 (202) 224-4721
     
Kevin Stitt Profile Picture
 Kevin Stitt
Governor of Oklahoma
2300 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
 (405) 521-2342
   
Matt Pinnell Profile Picture
 Matt Pinnell
Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma
2300 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
 (405) 521-2161
   
Joy Hofmeister Profile Picture
 Joy Hofmeister
OK Superintendent of Public Instruction
2500 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
 (405) 521-3301
     
Glen Mulready Profile Picture
 Glen Mulready
OK Commissioner of Insurance
400 Northeast 50th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
 (405) 521-2828
 
Leslie Osborn Profile Picture
 Leslie Osborn
OK Commissioner of Labor
3017 North Stiles Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
 (405) 521-6100
 labor.info@labor.ok.gov
 
Cindy Byrd Profile Picture
 Cindy Byrd
OK State Auditor and Inspector
2300 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
 (405) 521-3495
 auditor@sai.ok.gov
 
Randy McDaniel Profile Picture
 Randy McDaniel
OK State Treasurer
9520 North May Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
 (405) 521-3191
     
Mike Hunter Profile Picture
 Mike Hunter
OK Attorney General
313 Northeast 21st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
 (405) 521-3921
     
Dana Murphy Profile Picture
 Dana Murphy
OK Corporation Commissioner  (405) 521-2211
 contactdanamurphy@occ.ok.gov
 
Todd Hiett Profile Picture
 Todd Hiett
OK Corporation Commissioner  (405) 521-2211
 contacttoddhiett@occ.ok.gov
 
Bob Anthony Profile Picture
 Bob Anthony
OK Corporation Commissioner  (405) 521-2211
 bob.anthony@occ.ok.gov
 

While the President and Vice President are the only elected officials at the National level, there are hundreds of other positions appointed by the President himself.

Oklahoma will cast 7 Electoral College votes in the upcoming 2020 Presidential elections.

RepresentativeOfficeContact
Donald J. Trump Profile Picture
 Donald J. Trump
President of the United States
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20500
 (202) 456-1111
     
Mike Pence Profile Picture
 Mike Pence
Vice President of the United States
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20500
 (202) 456-1111
     

 Elected Role Descriptions

Auditor:

The Auditor General is the chief fiscal watchdog of the commonwealth. This person is responsible for using annual audits to ensure that all government money is spent legally and properly.

Lieutenant Governor:

In most cases, the lieutenant governor is the highest officer of state after the governor, standing in for that officer when they are absent from the state or temporarily incapacitated. In the event a governor dies, resigns or is removed from office, the lieutenant governor typically becomes governor.

Treasurer:

Typically, the Treasurer's duties include financial management and oversight of the particular department of which he or she manages. A Treasurer may also manage or oversee the financial affairs of the organization, often including tasks as selecting a bank, reconciling bank statements, and managing cash flow.

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