One newcomer and four incumbents won state House seats in Tuesday's primary elections. The primary was the only race they had to win because no one from an opposing party filed for those seats. The lone newcomer elected Tuesday was Republican David Brumbaugh in House District 76 in Broken Arrow. He replaces term-limited Rep. John Wright, R-Broken Arrow. Another Republican newcomer is guaranteed to win the House District 100 seat in northwest Oklahoma City in a runoff next month. Voters there will choose between Elise Hall and David Looby. Both candidates said they want to eliminate “waste” in government spending. The seat is now held by Rep. Mike Thompson, R-Oklahoma City, who instead pursued the Fifth District Congressional seat. House incumbents fared well Tuesday. Keeping their seats by besting primary opponents were Rep. Jerry Shoemake, D-Morris; Rep. Jabar Shumate, D-Tulsa; Rep. Jason Murphey, R-Guthrie; and Rep. David Derby, R-Owasso. Rep. John Auffet, D-Stillwell, will face William T. Will Fourkiller in a Democratic runoff to determine who gets the House District 86 seat. Incumbents defeating challengers to advance to the general election were Rep. Ed Cannaday, D-Porum; Rep. Jerry Shoemake, D-Morris; Rep. Gus Blackwell, R-Goodwell; and Rep. David Dank, R-Oklahoma City. “I'm just running on my record – a record of reform and trying to change the way we do things at the Capitol,” Dank said. In House District 93 in south Oklahoma City, former state Rep. Wanda Jo Peltier easily defeated two opponents in the Democratic primary, sending her to face incumbent Rep. Mike Christian, R-Oklahoma City, in the general election. Peltier was previously elected to the House in 1986 and served for ten years. “It's a tough job, but I'm up to it. I have a good mind and I'm just as assertive and eloquent as I have ever been,” Peltier said. Democrat Emily Virgin won her party's nomination over three others in House District 44 in Norman, sending her to the general election against Republican Kent Hunt. The district's incumbent, Rep. Bill Nations, D-Norman, is term-limited. Forty-six House incumbents drew no opponents this year.