Voters' guide 2010: The Oklahoma Republican primary ballot

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First of all, many thanks to Gene Kaefer and Will Buthod, who responded to my question (Voters' guide? What's it worth to you?) with an affirmative response. Thanks to their generous gifts, I was able to sign up as a premium member of Rasmussen Reports. Their gifts were enough to pay for three months access; one more, and I'll be able to keep the membership through Election Day. A premium membership gives me access to the "crosstabs" of Rasmussen's recently released poll of Oklahoma voters, which show how subgroups of the sample of likely voters responded to each question. There are some interesting details in there that don't show up in the publicly-released "top line" numbers; I hope to have some analysis posted for you in the next couple of days.

Before I begin getting into my thoughts on each race, here's a rundown of the races that every Oklahoma Republican will see on the July 27, 2010, ballot, with the name of each candidate, hometown, age, website, and Twitter account. (The Tulsa County Election Board has sample ballots in PDF format; use the table to find the ballot for your party registration and precinct number.) The order below is the order in which the candidates appear on ballot style 52, which covers much of Tulsa County:

GovernorTownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Randy BrogdonOwasso56randybrogdon.com@randybrogdon
Roger L. JacksonOklahoma City59jacksonforokgov.com@jacksonforokgov
Mary FallinEdmond55maryfallin.com@maryfallin
Robert HubbardYukon65hubbardokgov2010.com@HubbardOKGov10


Lieutenant
Governor
TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Bernie AdlerOklahoma City78bernieadlerforltgov.net
John A. WrightBroken Arrow55movingoklahomaforward.com@johnwright2010
Todd LambEdmond38votetoddlamb.com@VoteToddLamb
Paul F. NosakTulsa39
Bill CrozierHinton63


State
Auditor
TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Gary JonesCache55jonesauditor.com@jonesauditor
David HanigarEdmond66hanigarforauditor.com


Attorney
General
TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Ryan LeonardOklahoma City38ryanleonard2010.com@Ryanleonard2010
Scott PruittBroken Arrow42scottpruitt.com@ScottPruittOK


State TreasurerTownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Ken MillerEdmond43kenmillerfortreasurer.com@ken4treasurer
Owen LaughlinEdmond59voteowenlaughlin.com@OwenLaughlin


Superintendent of
Public Instruction
TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Janet BarresiNorman58janetbarresi.com@janetbarresi
Brian S. KellyEdmond46


Commissioner
of Labor
TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Mark CostelloEdmond54markcostelloforlabor.com@costello4labor
Jason ReeseOklahoma City31reeseforlabor.com@ReeseforLabor


Insurance
Commissioner
TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
John P. CrawfordOklahoma City78johncrawford.us
John DoakTulsa47votefordoak.com
Mark CroucherJenks52croucher2010.com


Corporation
Commissioner
TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Tod YeagerDel City54todyeager.com
Dana MurphyEdmond50danamurphy.com@danamurphy2010


U. S. SenatorTownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Evelyn L. RogersTulsa57evelyn-rogers.org
Lewis Kelly SpringHugo62springforussenate.com
Tom CoburnMuskogee62coburnforsenate.com@CoburnForSenate


U. S. Rep. Dist. 1TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
John SullivanTulsa45johnsullivanforcongress.com@Team Sullivan
Patrick K. HaworthTulsa41haworthforcongress.com@PatrickHaworth
Kenneth RiceTulsa44kennethrice2010.com@Rice4Congress
Fran MoghaddamTulsa68franforfreedom.com@fran4freedom
Nathan DahmTulsa27nathandahm.com@NathanDahm2010
Craig AllenTulsa51craigallenforcongress.com


Tulsa County AssessorTownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Cheryl ClayBixby66cherylclay.com
Ken YazelTulsa65kenyazel.com


Tulsa County TreasurerTownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Ruth HartjeBixby47ruthhartje.com@ruthhartje
Dennis SemlerTulsa53


Tulsa County Commission Dist. 1TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Tracey WilsonSperry50
John SmaligoTulsa34


Tulsa County Commission, Dist. 3TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Drew ReesTulsa41drew-rees.com
Michael MastersBixby30michaeltmasters.com@MastersDist3
Fred PerryBroken Arrow70reelectfredperry.com


Judge, District 14, Office 3TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Mark A. ZannottiTulsa48
James M. CaputoOwasso51
Clancy SmithTulsa67

UPDATE: Earlier this month, Clancy Smith was appointed to the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. While her name will appear on the ballot, she is no longer a candidate for re-election to the District Court.


Judge, District 14, Office 13TownAgeWebsiteTwitter
Carl FunderburkTulsa52judgecarlfunderburk.com
Bill MussemanBroken Arrow38
C. W. Daimon JacobsTulsa63
Caroline WallTulsa46wall4judge.com
Theresa DreilingTulsa68@JudgeDreiling

UPDATED 2010/07/23 with Tulsa County races.

MORE: Information on early voting and my primary picks are here.

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7 Comments

Trait said:

Michael, Todd Lamb has a Twitter account. It is @VoteToddLamb.

For what it's worth, Lt. Gov. candidate Paul Nosak has a website now - http://paulnosak.com.

By the way, this is very useful! Thanks for posting this list, and for including Twitter!

keith williams said:

Where are the candidates for fed., represenative, like John Sullivan?

kathy goulden said:

This site was extremely helpful. Thank You so much for providing it!

Lessie Hill said:

I have been looking on line most of the day for a site which would list the candidates. Tulsa county election board links would not come up.
Thanks so much for the info. It is greatly appreciated and I will look at your site again in the future.

Lisa Lees said:

I am having difficulty determining under Justices of the OK Supreme court,
Steven W Taylor
James R Winchester

Judges of the OK court of civil appeals
Deborah B Barnes
Doug Gabbard II
John F Fischer
Larry E Joplin

Are republican?? Do you have this information I would greatly appreciate it.

Winchester was appointed by Gov. Keating (R). Taylor, Barnes, Gabbard, and Fischer were appointed by Gov. Henry (D). Larry Joplin was appointed by Gov. Nigh (D).

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