In the race for Oklahoma’s Fifth Congressional District. State Sen. Stephanie Bice (R-District 22) defeated one-term Democratic incumbent Kendra Horn. The race was one of the most contested in the country and the most expensive federal race in the state’s history, with campaign spending topping $20 million.
The remaining four congressional Republican incumbents won reelection:
U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe won a fifth term with his victory over Democrat Abby Broyles, Libertarian Robert Murphy, and Independents Joan Farr and A.D. Nesbit.
The fate of 13 Senate races and 37 House races were decided in the Nov. 3 election. Republicans retain super majorities in both chambers (Senate 39–9 and House 82–19).
Democrats and Republicans swapped a senate seat.:
House Republicans picked up five seats:
Electors for president/vice president: 1,948 of 1,948 precincts completely reporting:
|Donald J. Trump | Michael R. Pence (Rep)||111,109||109,069||798,692||1,018,870||65.37%|
|Joseph R. Biden | Kamala D. Harris (Dem)||163,026||55,772||284,491||503,289||32.29%|
|Jo Jorgensen | Jeremy Spike Cohen (Lib)||4,612||1,548||18,526||24,686||1.58%|
|Jade Simmons | Claudeliah J. Roze (Ind)||796||236||2,618||3,650||0.23%|
|Kanye West | Michelle Tidball (Ind)||707||269||4,614||5,590||0.36%|
|Brock Pierce | Karla Ballard (Ind)||549||137||1,856||2,542||0.16%|