Oklahoma House Representatives District 75 2017 Results live Voting

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Oklahoma House Representatives District 75 2017 Results live

Oklahoma House of Representatives District 75 election Dates 2017

Oklahoma House of Representatives District 75 Date: 11 July 2017

Oklahoma House of Representatives District 75 election 2017 Voting live Results

Oklahoma's seventy-fifth state house district is currently vacant. It was most recently represented by Dan Kirby (R).

As of the 2010 census, a total of 43,989 civilians reside within Oklahoma's seventy-fifth state house district. Oklahoma state representatives represent an average of 37,142 residents. After the 2000 Census, each member represented 34,165 residents.


 Oklahoma House of Representatives District 75 Voting Live 2017

 

  1. Oklahoma House of Representatives District 75 is taking place today from 7 am to 7 PM.
  2. Results will be declared once voting gets over.
  3. A special election for the position of Oklahoma House of Representatives District 75 has been called for July 11, 2017. A primary election took place on May 9, 2017. The filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was April 14, 2017
  4. Karen Gaddis defeated Jamie Smith in the Democratic primary. Tressa Nunley defeated Skip Steele,Nik Berg, and AJ Oatsvall in the Republican primary. Gaddis and Nunley will face off in the July 11 general election.

Oklahoma House of Representatives District 75 Results Live 2017

 

  ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL  
  MAIL VOTING DAY    
TRESSA NUNLEY (REP) 77 14 886 977 47.68%
KAREN GADDIS (DEM) 54 24 994 1072 52.32%
  131 38 1880 2049  
  Total        

Electoral system of Oklahoma

Voting system used to electone winner from a pool of candidates using preferential voting. Voters rank candidates in order of preference, and their votes are initially allocated to their first-choice candidate. If, after this initial count, no candidate has a majority of votes cast, a mathematical formula comes into play. The system was used forprimary elections in Oklahoma when it was adopted in 1925 until it was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of Oklahoma in 1926.

 


Candidates for House of Representatives 2017

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              Oklahoma Parties and leaders

  • Oklahoma Democratic Party
  • Oklahoma Republican Party
  • Green Party of Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma Libertarian Party
  • Pirate Party of Oklahoma
  • Socialism in Oklahoma
  • Political party strength in Oklahoma

Oklahoma past election results

Presidential elections results

Year

Republican

Democratic

2012

66.77% 891,325

33.23% 443,547

2008

65.65% 960,165

34.35% 502,496

2004

65.57% 959,792

34.43% 503,966

2000

60.31% 744,337

38.43% 474,276

1996

48.26% 582,315

40.45% 488,105

1992

42.65% 592,929

34.02% 473,066

1988

57.93% 678,367

41.28% 483,423

1984

68.61% 861,530

30.67% 385,080

1980

60.50% 695,570

34.97% 402,026

1976

49.96% 545,708

48.75% 532,442

1972

73.70% 759,025

24.00% 247,147

1968

47.68% 449,697

31.99% 301,658

1964

44.25% 412,665

55.75% 519,834

1960

59.02% 533,039

40.98% 370,111

 

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