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Top contributors to Oklahoma legislative campaigns

Find out who the top contributors are for each Oklahoma legislative candidate on Tuesday's ballot.
Oklahoman Published: November 3, 2012
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Find out who the top contributors are for each legislative candidate on Tuesday's ballot. The information does not include contributions received after Oct. 31 and those less than $50. (R: Republican; D: Democrat; I: Independent; i: incumbent)

STATE SENATE

District 3

• Wayne Shaw (R): Top contributors: Renew Oklahoma PAC, $5,000; Center for Legislative Excellence, $5,000; Conservative Oklahoma Leadership PAC, $5,000; Oklahoma State Republican Senatorial Committee, $5,000; Bill Butler $4,946; personal loans: $30,000. Total: $98,103.

• Jim Bynum (D): Top contributors: George Krumme, $5,000; Chickasaw Nation, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $5,000; Advancing Oklahoma PAC, $5,000; Robert Lemon, $4,000; personal loans: $8,690. Total: $84,065.

District 5

• Howard Houchen (R): Top contributors: Oklahoma Conservative PAC, $3,500; Oklahoma Republican Party, $2,500; Mark Costello, $2,000; Holly Gerard $2,000; Derene Taylor, $1,450; personal loans: $3,824. Total: $18,924.

• (i) Jerry Ellis (D): Top contributors: Choctaw Nation, $5,000; Chickasaw Nation, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $5,000; OEA Fund for Children and Public Education, $4,500; Oklahoma Quarter Horse Racing PAC, $3,000; personal loans: none. Total: $50,636.

District 7

• J. Paul Lane (D): Top contributors: George Krumme, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $5,000; OEA Fund for Children and Public Education, $3,000; John P. Zelbst, $2,500; James D. Sill, $2,500; personal loans: none. Total: $43,743.

• Larry Boggs (R): Top contributors: Larry and Karla Boggs, $5,000; Jeff and Rebecca Davis, $5,000; Republican Senate Victory PAC, $5,000; Devon Energy Corporation PAC, $5,000; Conservative Oklahoma Leadership PAC, $5,000; Renew Oklahoma PAC, $5,000; Oklahoma State Republican Senatorial Committee, $5,000; Center for Legislative Excellence, $5,000; OK AG Fund, $5,000; Fund for a Conservative Future, $5,000; personal loans: none. Total: $113,739.

District 9

• Barney S. Taylor (R): Top contributors: none; personal loans: $200. Total: $200.

• (i) Earl Garrison (D): Top contributors: The Chickasaw Nation, $5,000; Choctaw Nation, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $5,000; Associated Anesthesiologists PAC, $5,000; Andrew W. Yaffe, $3,000; American Electric Power Committee for Responsible Government, $3,000; personal loans: none. Total: $98,048.

District 11

• Jabar Shumate (D): Top contributors: Working Oklahomans Alliance PAC, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO Political Action Fund, $3,000; Chickasaw Nation $6,000; Richard A. Bell, $2,500; Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, $2,500; Associated Anesthesiologists PAC, $2,500; personal loans: $1,000. Total: $127,250.

• Dave Bell (R): Top contributors: D.J. Gall, $1,000; Oklahoma Republican Party, $1,000; Ken Yazel, $500; J.B. Alexander, $500; Thomas Culver, $450; personal loans: none. Total: $5,925.

• Curtis J. Mullins (I): Signed an affidavit of minimal activity.

District 13

• Fred E. Smith (R): Top contributors: Smith Bail Recovery Services, $1,500; The Field House, $82.50; personal loans: none. Total: $1,583.

• (i) Susan Paddack (D): Top contributors: Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, $5,000; The Chickasaw Nation, $5,000; Hoppes Construction, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $5,000; Oklahoma Society of Anesthesiologists PAC, $5,000; personal loans: none. Total: $210,950.

District 15

• Rob Standridge (R): Top contributors: Deril Lees, $5,000; Brian Wilson, $5,000; Margaret Standridge, $5,000; Marion C. Bauman, $4,500; Hal Smith, $2,600; personal loans: $21,062. Total: $147,486.

• Claudia Griffith (D): Top contributors: George Krumme, $5,000; State AFL-CIO PAC, $5,000; Robert Lemon, $4,000; Oklahoma State Building and Construction Trades PAC, $2,000; Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, $1,500; personal loans: $1,359. Total: $59,124.

District 27

• (i) A. Bryce Marlatt (R): Top contributors: Oklahoma Independent Energy PAC, $5,000; Barry Moore, $2,000; Quarter Horse Racing PAC, $1,500; Chris Keeton, $1,000; Jami Longacre, $1,000; personal loans: none. Total: $20,725.

• Tommy W. Nicholson (I): Top contributors: D. Federhoff, $1,000; Anonymous, $400; Isabella Meigs, $400; Harlan Finley, $100; Melvin Johnston, $100; personal loans: $1,714. Total: $4,004.

District 31

•  (i) Don Barrington (R): Top contributors: Oklahoma Society of Anesthesiologists PAC, $5,000; Chickasaw Nation, $3,600; Malt-PAC, $3,000; Quarter Horse Racing PAC, $3,000; OK Ag Fund, $2,750; personal loans: none. Total: $119,846.

• Tony Terrill (D): Top contributors: George Krumme, $1,000; Democrats of Oklahoma State Senate, $1,000; Advancing Oklahoma PAC, $975; Ben Odom, $500; Bob Lemon, $500; personal loans: none. Total: $10,675.

District 39

• (i) Brian A. Crain (R): Top contributors: Howard Barnett Jr., $5,500; Care PAC, $5,000; OK Ag Fund, $5,000; Oklahoma State Republican Senatorial Committee, $5,000; Chesapeake Oklahoma PAC, $5,000; Center for Legislative Excellence, $5,000; personal loans: $15,000. Total: $148,165.

• Julie Hall (D): Top contributors: George Krumme, $5,000; Unified Strategies & Associates, LLC, $5,000; Central Oklahoma Accountability PAC, $5,000; Kathy Taylor, $4,000; Citizens for Justice, $2,800; personal loans: $350. Total: $38,254.

District 41

• (i) Clark Jolley (R): Top contributors: John Lewis Massey, $5,000; John D Harrington, $5,000; Choctaw Indian Nation, $5,000; Oklahoma Association of General Contractors PAC, $5,000; State Republican Senatorial Committee, $5,000; Oklahoma City Business Council, $5,000; Center for Legislative Excellence, $5,000; personal loans: none. Total: $181,570.

• Richard Prawdzienski (I): Signed an affidavit of minimal activity.

District 43

• Corey Brooks (R): Top contributors: James Brooks, $5,000; Oklahoma Republican Party, $5,000; Center for Legislative Excellence, $4,000; Herman Meinders, $2,500; Devon Energy Corporation PAC, $2,500; personal loans: $38,000. Total: $87,065.

• Mike Fullerton (D): Top contributors: Choctaw Nation, $2,500; C.W. Russ Harrison, $2,000; Chickasaw Nation, $2,000; Democrats of the Oklahoma State Senate, $1,600; George Krumme, $1,000; personal loans: $588. Total: $15,993.

STATE HOUSE

District 2

• (i) John R. Bennett (R): Top contributors: Michael Morton, $5,000; ROI PAC, $5,000; Prosperity PAC, $5,000; The Chickasaw Nation, $4,000; People of the Cherokee Nation, $4,000; personal loans: none. Total: $52,975.

• Rick Agent (D): Top contributors: Chris Hensley, $5,000; Phillip M. Green, $4,250; Kelly O. Mitchell, $4,000; Sinclair W. Armstrong, Jr., $2,500; Local 344 Voluntary PAC, $2,500; personal loans: $21,800. Total: $91,550.

District 3

• (i) James H. Lockhart (D): Top contributors: Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, $5,000; Chickasaw Nation, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $4,000; George Krumme, $3,000; Center for Legislative Excellence, $2,500; personal loans: none. Total: $70,767.

• Roger Mattox (R): Top contributors: Oklahoma Republican Party, $2,500; Republican State House Committee, $2,000; ROI PAC $2,000; Shelva Barnes, $1,500; OK Ag Ed Teachers Assoc PAC, $1,500; personal loans: none. Total: $23,025.

District 12

• David Tackett (R): Top contributors: Mary Tackett, $5,000; Bradley Gungoll, $2,500; Oklahoma Conservative PAC, $2,500; Noble McIntyre, $1,000; Thomas Culver, $1,000; personal loans: $1,700. Total: $21,085.

• (i) Wade Rousselot (D): Top contributors: Anne Rousselot, $5,000; Joe Robson, $5,000; OK Ag Fund, $5,000; Center for Legislative Excellence, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $3,500; personal loans: none. Total: $102,083.

District 14

• Arthur Hulbert (R): Top contributors: Republican State House Committee, $5,000; ROI PAC, $5,000; PT-PAC, $3,000; Oklahoma Physical Therapy PAC, $3,000; Danny Hughes, $2,500; Muskogee County Republicans, $2,500; personal loans: $30,500. Total: $115,725.

• Jerry Rains (D): Top contributors: D.H. Garrision, $5,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $3,500; George Krumme, $3,000; Jerry Rains, $2,500; Randy Gilbert, $2,500; personal loans: $2,500. Total: $41,250.

District 16

• James Delso (R): Signed an affidavit of minimal activity.

• (i) Jerry Shoemake (D): Top contributors: The Chickasaw Nation, $4,000; Cherokee Nation, $2,500; Muscogee Creek Nation, $2,000; OKC Firefighters Association PAC, $2,000; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $2,000; personal loans: none. Total: $30,750.

District 20

• Bobby Cleveland (R): Top contributors: Rodney Thornton, $4,000; Defenders of the Constitution PAC, $3,500; 7th Amendment Christian Coalition, $3,500; Richard Thompson, $3,000; Barbara Cleveland, $3,000; personal loans: none. Total: $89,793.

• Matt Branstetter (D): Top contributors: George Krumme, $3,000; Cherokee Nation, $2,500; Oklahoma State AFL-CIO PAC, $2,500; Mark and Connie Branstetter, $2,000; Todd Branstetter, $1,000; personal loans: $700. Total: $28,075.

District 21

• (i) Dustin Roberts (R): Top contributors: Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, $5,000; Chickasaw Nation, $5,000; Oklahoma Republican Party, $2,500; Oklahoma Public Employees Association PAC, $2,500; Oklahoma Prosperity Institute, $2,000; personal loans: Total: $59,300.

• Jerry L. Tomlinson (D): Top contributors: Chickasaw Nation, $5,000; Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, $5,000; George Krumme, $2,500; Local 344 Voluntary PAC, $2,500; Jim Dunegan, $1,000; personal loans: none. Total: $32,050.

District 22

• Charles A. McCall (R): Top contributors: Larry Pruitt, $5,000; Clay McCall, $5,000; Steve Burrage, $5,000; David Burrage, $5,000; Brian M Cathey, $5,000; Steven Cox, $5,000; Ryan Ritter, $5,000; RX Shoppe LLC, $5,000; Eaves Investments LLC, $5,000; Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, $5,000; Oklahoma Bankers Public Affairs Committee, $5,000; personal loans: $19,243. Total: $179,392.

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Dataset - 2012 Campaign Contributions

CLICK THE IMAGE ABOVE - Campaign contribution filings for 2012 Oklahoma campaigns. Data was compiled from information provided by the Oklahoma Ethic Commission. Reports include a full list of contributors, top campaigns, and top contributors as well as break downs by party.

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