- Associated Press - Friday, April 11, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Candidates in major Oklahoma political races in 2014. The filing period ended Friday afternoon.

Dem-Democratic Party; GOP-Republican Party; Ind-Independent; (i)-incumbent

U.S. SENATE (6-year term)

Matt Silverstein, Bixby, Dem

(i) Jim Inhofe, Tulsa, GOP

D. Jean McBride-Samuels, Jenks, GOP

Erick Paul Wyatt, Norman, GOP

Evelyn Rogers, Tulsa, GOP

Rob Moye, Yukon, GOP

Ray Woods, Fairview, Ind

Aaron DeLozier, Wichita Falls, Texas, Ind

Joan Farr, Broken Arrow, Ind

U.S. SENATE (2-year term)

Connie Johnson, Oklahoma City, Dem

Patrick Michael Hayes, Anadarko, Dem

Jim Rogers, Midwest City, Dem

Jason Weger, Norman, GOP

Kevin Crow, Chickasha, GOP

Eric McCray, Tulsa, GOP

T.W. Shannon, Lawton, GOP

Randy Brogdon, Owasso, GOP

James Lankford, Edmond, GOP

Andy Craig, Broken Arrow, GOP

Mark Beard, Oklahoma City, Ind

U.S. HOUSE, 1st District

(i) Jim Bridenstine, Tulsa, GOP

U.S. HOUSE, 2nd District

Earl Everett, Fort Gibson, Dem

Joshua Harris-Till, Tahlequah, Dem

Darrel Robertson, Jay, GOP

(i) Markwayne Mullin, Westville, GOP

Jon Douthitt, Claremore, Ind

U.S. HOUSE, 3rd District

Frankie Robbins, Medford, Dem

(i) Frank Lucas, Cheyenne, GOP

Robert Hubbard, Yukon, GOP

Timothy Ray Murray, Moore, GOP

U.S. HOUSE, 4th District

Tae Si, Norman, Dem

Bert Smith, Moore, Dem

(i) Tom Cole, Moore, GOP

Anna Flatt, Ardmore, GOP

Dennis Johnson, Norman, Ind

U.S. HOUSE, 5th District

Tom Guild, Edmond, Dem

Al McAffrey, Oklahoma City, Dem

Leona Leonard, Seminole, Dem

Steve Russell, Oklahoma City, GOP

Mike Turner, Edmond, GOP

Harvey Sparks, Oklahoma City, GOP

Clark Jolley, Edmond, GOP

Patrice Douglas, Edmond, GOP

Shane Jett, Tecumseh, GOP

Buddy Ray, Edmond, Ind

Tom Boggs, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, Ind

Robert Murphy, Norman, Ind.

GOVERNOR

Joe Dorman, Rush Springs, Dem

(i) Mary Fallin, Oklahoma City, GOP

Chad Moody, Oklahoma City, GOP

Dax Ewbank, Guthrie, GOP

Richard Prawdzienski, Edmond, Ind

Joe Sills, Oklahoma City, Ind

Kimberly Willis, Oklahoma City, Ind

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Jack Herron, Jr., Norman, Dem

John Cox, Hulbert, Dem

Freda Askin, Edmond, Dem

Ivan Holmes, Oklahoma City, Dem

(i) Janet Barresi, Oklahoma City, GOP

Joy Hofmeister, Tulsa, GOP

Brian Kelly, Edmond, GOP

ATTORNEY GENERAL

(i) Scott Pruitt, Tulsa, GOP

Oklahoma’s primary election is June 24. If a candidate fails to win more than 50 percent of the vote, a runoff between the top two candidates will be held Aug. 26. The general election will be held on Nov. 4.

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