Midterms Live results

By Ella Nilsen and Ryan Mark

Oklahoma results for every midterm race

The biggest race to watch in Oklahoma on November 6 is the governor’s race, now that toxic Gov. Mary Fallin (R) is term-limited and retiring.

The two candidates competing for her seat are Drew Edmondson (D), the state’s former attorney general, and Kevin Stitt (R), a business executive from Tulsa. Edmondson unsuccessfully ran for governor in 2010 and is trying again.

Stitt, meanwhile, has sought to frame himself as an outsider who can bring a fresh perspective to the governor’s mansion. He defeated Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett in the primary.

Outgoing Gov. Fallin is unpopular, given her botched oversight of the state budget, which resulted in drastic cuts to public school funding. Oklahoma is one of the states that saw teacher strikes protesting low pay and spending cuts. The nonpartisan Cook Political Report rates the race Lean Republican, meaning it’s more competitive than other red states.

Marsy’s Law, a proposal to give crime victims increased protection and rights in court, is on the state’s ballot this year.

Per Daily Kos, there’s no danger of the Republican-controlled state legislature flipping, when the entire state House of Representatives and half the state Senate is on the ballot.

Morning Consult finds that President Trump is still quite popular in Oklahoma, with his approval rating around 55 percent.

Oklahoma US House 1

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
GOP Kevin Hern 149,938 59%
DEM Tim Gilpin 102,878 41%
326 of 326 (100%) precincts reporting, 252,816 total votes

Oklahoma US House 2

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
GOP Markwayne Mullin 140,305 65%
DEM Jason Nichols 64,958 30%
IND John Foreman 6,383 3%
LIB Richard Castaldo 4,136 2%
522 of 522 (100%) precincts reporting, 215,782 total votes

Oklahoma US House 3

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
GOP Frank D. Lucas 172,757 74%
DEM Frankie Robbins 61,095 26%
480 of 480 (100%) precincts reporting, 233,852 total votes

Oklahoma US House 4

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
GOP Tom Cole 149,127 63%
DEM Mary Brannon 78,022 33%
IND Ruby Peters 9,310 4%
350 of 350 (100%) precincts reporting, 236,459 total votes

Oklahoma US House 5

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM Kendra Horn 121,013 51%
GOP Steve Russell 117,725 49%
273 of 273 (100%) precincts reporting, 238,738 total votes

Oklahoma Governor

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
GOP Kevin Stitt 643,987 54%
DEM Drew Edmondson 500,430 42%
LIB Chris Powell 40,768 3%
1,951 of 1,951 (100%) precincts reporting, 1,185,185 total votes

Oklahoma State Referendum OK Question 794

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
Affirmative 904,308 78%
No 254,966 22%