|Elections in Oklahoma|
The 2022 Oklahoma City mayoral election took place on February 8, 2022, to elect the Mayor of Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City mayoral elections require a majority vote and in order to win the first round a candidate must reach 50% of the vote. Incumbent mayor David Holt won re-election to his second term in office with nearly 60% of the first round vote.
A mayoral candidate debate was scheduled for January 25, 2022 by media organizations NonDoc, News 9, and other nonpartisan partners. All candidates were invited to the debate and 3 participated: Jimmy Lawson, Frank Urbanic and Carol Hefner. Incumbent David Holt declined to participate, being represented by a photograph and empty podium on stage.
P Participant A Absent N Non-invitee I Invitee W Withdrawn
|David Holt||Jimmy Lawson||Carol Hefner||Frank Urbanic|
|1||Jan. 25, 2022||NonDoc
Oklahoma City Free Press
The Oklahoma City Sentinel
League of Women Voters of Oklahoma County
|Tres Savage & Storme Jones||News9||A||P||P||P|
|Cole Hargrave Snodgrass & Associates (R)[A]||December 13–17, 2021||400 (RV)||± 4.9%||4%||61%||1%||6%||–|
|Nonpartisan||David Holt (incumbent)||36,338||59.81|
|County||David Holt||Frank Urbanic||Carol Hefner||Jimmy Lawson||Total|