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Women re-elected to the House of Representatives who drew no opposition: Reps. Lee Denney, R-Cushing; Marian Cooksey, R-Edmond; Lisa Billy, R-Lindsay; Leslie Osborn, R-Tuttle; Pam Peterson, R-Tulsa; Rebecca Hamilton, D-Oklahoma City; and Anastasia Pittman, D-Oklahoma City.
Female senators in the middle of their terms: Sens. Judy Eason McIntyre, D-Tulsa; Susan Paddack, D-Ada; and Connie Johnson, D-Oklahoma City. Female senators leaving in November: Sens. Debbe Leftwich, D-Oklahoma City, and Mary Easley, D-Tulsa.
Senate: Janica Edmonds of Morris, District 8; Donna Spring of Ardmore, District 14; Sharon Parker of Norman, District 16; Janice Aldridge and Kim David, both of Wagoner, District 18; Susan Hardy Brooks of Tuttle and Linda Molsbee of Newcastle, District 24; Liz Donnelly of Oklahoma City, District 40; and Sen. Connie Johnson, D-Oklahoma City, District 48.
House: Traci Barnes of Poteau, District 3; Annie J. Goolsby of Gore, District 15; Carolyn McNatt Hill of McAlester, District 18; Rep. Sue Tibbs, R-Tulsa, District 23; Rep. Skye McNiel, R-Bristow, District 29; Donna Marie Voegelpohl of Sapulpa, District 30; Emily Virgin of Norman, District 44; Amy Corley of Newalla, District 53; Maya Torralba of Anadarko, District 56; Rep. Ann Coody, R-Lawton, District 64; Jadine Nollan of Sand Springs, District 66; Rep. Jeannie McDaniel, D-Tulsa, and Molly McKay of Tulsa, District 78; Brittany M. Novotny of Bethany and Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, District 84; Gail Vines of Oklahoma City, District 85; Dana Orwig of Oklahoma City, District 87; Wanda Jo Peltier of Oklahoma City, District 93; Zana Williams of Oklahoma City, District 94; Elise Hall of Oklahoma City, District 100.