Uncontested winners in Oklahoma House

Oklahoman Published: June 24, 2012

Uncontested winners

In the House, 52 of the 86 members seeking re-election won another term when they didn't get an opponent. Their new terms will start in mid-November. Two candidates who filed for a seat in the House won their bids when no one else filed. Republicans have the early lead in the makeup of the House for the 2013-14 session, with 34 Republicans and 19 Democrats winning their seats uncontested. Republicans had a 67-31 advantage at the end of this year's session; three seats were vacant.

• House District 1: Rep. Curtis McDaniel, D-Smithville

• House District 4: Rep. Mike Brown, D-Tahlequah

• House District 5: Rep. Doug Cox, R-Grove

• House District 6: Rep. Chuck Hoskin, D-Vinita

• House District 7: Rep. Larry Glenn, D-Miami

• House District 8: Rep. Ben Sherrer, D-Choteau

• House District 9: Rep. Marty Quinn, R-Claremore

• House District 10: Rep. Steve Martin, R-Bartlesville

• House District 11: Rep. Earl Sears, R-Bartlesville

• House District 13: Rep. Jerry McPeak, D-Warner

• House District 15: Rep. Ed Cannaday, D-Porum

• House District 17: Rep. Brian Renegar, D-McAlester

• House District 19: Rep. R.C. Pruett, D-Antlers

• House District 24: Rep. Steve Kouplen, D-Beggs

• House District 30: Rep. Mark McCullough, R-Sapulpa

• House District 31: Rep. Jason Murphey, R-Guthrie

• House District 33: Rep. Lee Denney, R-Cushing

• House District 34: Rep. Cory Williams, D-Stillwater

• House District 35: Rep. Dennis Casey, R-Morrison

• House District 38: Majority Floor Leader Dale DeWitt, R-Braman

• House District 40: Rep. Mike Jackson, R-Enid

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