Results for Creek County Commissioners, Treasurer, and Assessor are in


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Creek county Commissioner, District 1:

  • Newt Stephens (incumbent) – 60.61% (1,799)
  • Rick Anderson – 39.39% (1,169)

Creek County Commissoner, District 3:

  • Jarrod Whitehouse – 71.07% (1,960)
  • Roger Smith – 28.93% (798)

Creek County Treasurer

  • Don Engle – 54.48% (4,583)
  • Jeff Sparks – 45.17% (3,771)

Creek County Assessor

Formerly held by Janell Enlow, who announced she would not be seeking another term.

  • Haley Anderson – 52.34% (4,300)
  • Wendy Murray – 27.79% (2,283)
  • Dena Shobe – 19.88% (1,633)

State Senator, District 12

Formerly held by James Leewright, who announced early this year he would not be seeking another term. He is now the CEO of the Oklahoma Restaurant Association.

  • Todd Gollihare – 71.24% (4,750)
  • Rob Ford – 28.76% (1,918)

State Representative, District 29

  • Kyle Hilbert – 85.09% (3,116)
  • Rick Parris – 14.91% (546)

Other notable state election results:

  • Governor Stitt won the Republican Seat, will face Democrat Joy Hofmeister in November.
  • Senator James Lankford won the GOP Primary, will face Democrats either Madison Horn or Jason Bollinger, and Libertarian Kenneth Blevins and Independent Michael Delaney in November.
  • The State Superintendent race will go to a runoff on August 23rd for GOP candidates Ryan Walters and April Grace. The winner of that runoff will face Democrat Jena Nelson in November.
  • Incumbent Cindy Byrd has earned another term as State Auditor after being challenger Steve McQuillen.
  • Todd Russ barely missed winning the GOP nomination for State Treasurer outright, getting 49% of the votes. He’ll face Clark Jolley in an August runoff.
  • Incumbent State Labor Commissioner Leslie Osborne will face Sean Roberts in an August runoff.
  • Kem David and Todd Thomsen will advance to the runoff in August for State Corporation Commissoner.

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