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Oklahoma elections: Lamb eases to win in GOP race for lieutenant governor

Lamb advances to November general election
By Bryan Painter Modified: July 28, 2010 at 12:48 am •  Published: July 28, 2010

Paul F. Nosak, of Owasso, who operates a tree removal service and a roofing and restoration business, received 5.87 percent with 13,528 votes. Bill Crozier, 63, of Hinton, who lists his occupation as teacher, had 5.21 percent of the vote with 12,007; and Bernie Adler, 78, of Oklahoma City, a real estate investor, had 4.48 percent with 10,343.

"What I want to do as lieutenant governor is be an aggressive ambassador, retaining Oklahoma jobs; secondly, recruiting Oklahoma jobs and focusing on economic development," Lamb said.

CONTRIBUTING: STAFF WRITER LEIGH ANNE C. MANWARREN


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