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  Alcon's 2005/2006 Election Projection Thread - Governors (search mode)
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« on: May 23, 2005, 09:50:32 pm »

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Very good analysis of the land-of-the-red-man.  (Oklahoma means land of the red man).   We are a very Republican state while the majority of registered voters are still Democrat.  Thats why Brad Henry won in 2002, albeit by a razor thin margin over former Seattle Seahawk Steve Largent.  He is the early favorite to win a second and final term as Governor.  He ranks 10th in approval ratings in the country's governors.  He does have two formidable GOP opponents Lt. Governor Mary Fallin and Former Congressman JC Watts, Jr..

In Oklahoma, the Governor and Lt Governor run on separate tickets and in the Lt Governor's Race we've got State House Speaker Todd Hiett (R) and State House Minority Leader Jari Askins (D), Former Congressman Brad Carson (D) and Secretary of State Susan Savage (D) among others.
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