2022 Oklahoma House of Representatives election

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All 101 seats in the Oklahoma House
51 seats needed for a majority
 
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Leader Charles McCall Emily Virgin (term-limited)
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat 22nd-Atoka 44th-Norman
Current seats 82 18
Seats needed Steady Increase 33

Incumbent Speaker of the House

Charles McCall
Republican



The 2022 Oklahoma House of Representative election will take place on November 8, 2022.[1] The primary elections for the Republican. Democratic, and Libertarian parties' nominations will take place on June 28, 2022.[1] All candidates must file between the days of April 13–15, 2022.[1] Oklahoma voters will elect state representatives in all 101 House districts. State Representatives serve two-year terms in the Oklahoma House of Representatives.

The 2022 election cycle will be the first election following redistricting. Redistricting in Oklahoma was postponed to a special legislative session, because of the 2020 United States census data's release being delayed .[2] New state house districts were signed into law based on data from the 2020 United States census on November 22, 2021.[3]

Republicans went into the 2022 election with a supermajority of seats in the state house over Democrats: 82 (R) to 19 (D).

Retirements

There are 14 open seats for the Oklahoma House of Representatives. 5 Republicans and 1 Democrat that are term limited. 4 Republicans and 3 Democrats retired. 1 Democrat resigned before the elections.

Republicans

Retiring

Term Limited

Democrats

Resignations

Retiring

Term Limited

Uncontested races

45 Representatives were the only candidate to file in their district.[15]

The following Representatives were re-elected without opposition:

The following Representatives were elected for the first time without opposition:

The following Representatives were re-elected after successfully challenging the candidacy of their opposition:[16]

Predictions

Source Ranking As of
Sabato's Crystal Ball[17] Safe R May 19, 2022

Summary of elections

District Incumbent Candidates[a]
Location Member Party First
elected
Status
1 Eddy Dempsey Republican 2020 Incumbent running
2 Jim Olsen Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
3 Rick West Republican 2020 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
4 Bob Ed Culver Jr. Republican 2020 Incumbent running
5 Josh West Republican 2016 Incumbent running
6 Rusty Cornwell Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
7 Steve Bashore Republican 2020 Incumbent running
8 Tom Gann Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
9 Mark Lepak Republican 2014 Incumbent running
10 Judd Strom Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
11 Wendi Stearman Republican 2020 Incumbent running
12 Kevin McDugle Republican 2016 Incumbent running
13 Avery Frix Republican 2016 Incumbent retiring and running for Oklahoma's 2nd congressional district[4]
  • Jimmy Haley (Democratic)[18]
  • Neil Hays (Republican)[18]
  • Brian Jackson (Republican)[18]
  • Carlisa Rogers (Republican)[18]
  • Steve White (Republican)[18]
14 Chris Sneed Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
15 Randy Randleman Republican 2018 Incumbent running
16 Scott Fetgatter Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
17 Jim Grego Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
18 David Smith Republican 2018 Incumbent running
19 Justin Humphrey Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
20 Sherrie Conley Republican 2018 Incumbent running
21 Dustin Roberts Republican 2011 Incumbent term limited and running for Oklahoma's 2nd congressional district
  • Penny James (Republican)[13]
  • Cody Maynard (Republican)[21]
  • Dustin Reid (Republican)[18]
  • Ryan Williams (Republican)[18]
22 Charles McCall Republican 2013 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
23 Terry O'Donnell Republican 2013 Incumbent running
24 Logan Phillips Republican 2018 Incumbent running
25 Ronny Johns Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
26 Dell Kerbs Republican 2016 Incumbent running
27 Danny Sterling Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
28 Danny Williams Republican 2020 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
29 Kyle Hilbert Republican 2016 Incumbent running
30 Mark Lawson Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
31 Garry Mize Republican 2018 Incumbent retiring
  • Collin Duel (Republican)[23]
  • Karmin Grider (Republican)[18]
  • Logan Trainer (Republican)[18]
32 Kevin Wallace Republican 2014 Incumbent running
33 John Talley Republican 2018 Incumbent running
34 Trish Ranson Democratic 2018 Incumbent running
35 Ty Burns Republican 2018 Incumbent running
36 Sean Roberts Republican 2011 Incumbent term limited and running for Oklahoma Commissioner of Labor
  • Charles De Furia (Republican)[18]
  • John George (Republican)[18]
  • Donald Paden (Republican)[18]
  • Anita Raglin (Republican)[18]
  • Wade Roberts (Republican)[18]
37 Ken Luttrell Republican 2018 Incumbent running
  • Ken Luttrell (Republican)[18]
  • Joe Vaden, Jr. (Republican)[18]
38 John Pfeiffer Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
39 Ryan Martinez Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
40 Chad Caldwell Republican 2014 Incumbent running
41 Denise Crosswhite Hader Republican 2018 Incumbent running
42 Cynthia Roe Republican 2018 Incumbent running
43 Jay Steagall Republican 2018 Incumbent running
44 Emily Virgin Democratic 2011 Incumbent term limited
  • Kate Bierman (Democratic)[18]
  • Jared Deck (Democratic)[24]
  • R.J. Harris (Republican)[18]
45 Merleyn Bell Democratic 2018 Incumbent retiring[12]
  • Annie Menz (Democratic)[18]
  • Dave Spaulding (Republican)[18]
  • Teresa Sterling (Republican)[18]
46 Jacob Rosecrants Democratic 2017 Incumbent running
47 Brian Hill Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
48 Tammy Townley Republican 2018 Incumbent running
49 Tommy Hardin Republican 2011 Incumbent term limited.
  • Josh Cantrell (Republican)[18]
  • Richard Miller (Republican)[18]
50 Marcus McEntire Republican 2016 Incumbent running
51 Brad Boles Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
52 Gerrid Kendrix Republican 2020 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
53 Mark McBride Republican 2013 Incumbent running
54 Kevin West Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
55 Todd Russ Republican 2009 Incumbent term limited and running for State Treasurer
  • Nick Archer (Republican)[25]
  • Tad Boone (Republican)[18]
  • Jeff Sawatzky (Republican)[18]
56 Dick Lowe Republican 2020 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
  • Dick Lowe (Republican)[18]
57 Anthony Moore Republican 2020 Incumbent running
58 Carl Newton Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
  • Carl Newton (Republican)[18]
59 Mike Dobrinski Republican Incumbent re-elected without opposition
  • Mike Dobrinski (Republican)[18]
60 Rhonda Baker Republican 2016 Incumbent running
61 Kenton Patzkowsky Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
62 Daniel Pae Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
63 Trey Caldwell Republican 2018 Incumbent running
64 Rande Worthen Republican 2016 Incumbent running
65 Toni Hasenbeck Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected after successfully contesting candidacy of their opposition[16]
66 Jadine Nollan Republican 2011 Incumbent term limited
  • Mike Burdge (Republican)[18]
  • Wayne Hill (Republican)[18]
  • James David Rankin (Democratic)[18]
  • Gabe Renfrow (Republican)[18]
  • Clay Staires (Republican)[26]
67 Jeff Boatman Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
68 Lonnie Sims Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
69 Sheila Dills Republican 2018 Incumbent retiring[5]
New member elected without opposition
70 Carol Bush Republican 2016 Incumbent retiring[4]
  • Brad Banks (Republican)[4]
  • Suzanne Schreiber (Democrat)[4]
71 Denise Brewer Democratic 2018 Incumbent retiring[13]
  • Mike Masters (Republican)[27]
  • Amanda Swope (Democratic)[13]
72 Monroe Nichols Democratic 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
73 Regina Goodwin Democratic 2015 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
74 Mark Vancuren Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
75 T. J. Marti Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
76 Ross Ford Republican 2017 Incumbent running
  • Timothy Brooks (Republican)[18]
  • Ross Ford (Republican)[18]
77 John Waldron Democratic 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
78 Meloyde Blancett Democratic 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
79 Melissa Provenzano Democratic 2018 Incumbent running
80 Stan May Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
81 Mike Osburn Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
82 Nicole Miller Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
83 Eric Roberts Republican 2020 Incumbent running
84 Tammy West Republican 2016 Incumbent running
85 Cyndi Munson Democratic 2015 Incumbent running
86 David Hardin Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
  • David Hardin (Republican)[18]
87 Collin Walke Democratic 2016 Incumbent retiring
  • Gloria Banister (Republican)[18]
  • Scott Esk (Republican)[18]
  • Ellyn Hefner (Democratic)[18]
  • Valerie Walker (Republican)[18]
88 Mauree Turner Democratic 2020 Incumbent running
89 Vacant Incumbent resigned[11]
  • Arturo Alonso (Democratic)[18]
  • Chris Bryant (Democratic)[18]
  • Christian Zapata (Democratic)[18]
90 Jon Echols Republican 2013 Incumbent running
91 Chris Kannady Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
92 Forrest Bennett Democratic 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
93 Mickey Dollens Democratic 2016 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
94 Andy Fugate Democratic 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
95 Max Wolfley Republican 2020 Incumbent running
96 Preston Stinson Republican 2020 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
97 Jason Lowe Democratic 2016 Incumbent running
98 Dean Davis Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
  • Dean Davis (Republican)[18]
99 Ajay Pittman Democratic 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition
100 Marilyn Stark Republican 2018 Incumbent running
101 Robert Manger Republican 2018 Incumbent re-elected without opposition

Elections by District

District 1

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 1, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 4

General election

Candidates

District 5

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 5, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 7

General election

Candidates

District 9

General election

Candidates

District 11

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 11, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 12

General election

Candidates

District 13

Republican Primary

Candidates

General election

Candidates

District 15

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 15, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 18

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 18, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 20

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 20, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 21

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 21, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 23

General election

Candidates

District 24

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 24, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 26

General election

Candidates

District 29

District 31

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 31, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 32

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 32, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 33

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 33, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 34

Republican Primary

Candidates

General election

Candidates

District 35

Republican Primary

Candidates

General election

Candidates

District 36

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 36, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 37

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 37, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 40

General election

Candidates

Withdrew

District 41

General election

Candidates

District 42

Republican Primary

Candidates

General election

Candidates

District 43

General election

Candidates

District 44

District 44 incumbent Emily Virgin is term limited from seeking reelection in 2022. District 44 is considered a Democratic stronghold with no Republican having contested the district since 2010.[24]

Democratic Primary

Declared

Declared, but failed to file

General election

Candidates

District 45

Republican Primary

Candidates

General election

Candidates

District 46

Republican Primary

Candidates

General election

Candidates

District 48

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 48, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 49

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 49, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 50

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 50, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 53

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 53, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 55

Incumbent Republican Todd Russ is term limited in 2022 and running for Oklahoma State Treasurer.[31] Since only Republican candidates filed for district 55, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 57

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 57, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 60

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 60, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 63

General election

Candidates

Withdrew

District 64

General election

Candidates

District 65

Toni Hasenbeck (Republican) won re-election after contesting the candidacy of Jennifer Kerstetter (Democratic). Kerstetter was struck from the ballot for living outside the district.[16]

District 66

Republican Primary

Incumbent Republican Jadine Nollan is term limited in 2022.[32]

Candidates

Declared, but failed to file

General election

Candidates

District 70

General election

Candidates

District 71

General election

Candidates

District 76

Since only Republican candidates filed for district 76, the Republican primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Republican Primary

Candidates

District 79

Republican Primary

Candidates

General election

Candidates

District 83

General election

Candidates

District 84

General election

Candidates

District 85

General Election

Candidates

Struck from ballot

District 87

Republican Primary

Candidates

General Election

Candidates

Endorsements

Ellyn Hefner
State Representatives
  • Collin Walke, Member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives from the 87th district (2016-2022)[33]

District 88

Democratic Primary

Candidates

General Election

Candidates

District 89

Since only Democratic candidates filed for district 89, the Democratic primary on June 28 will be the de-facto general election. Only registered Democrats or Independents may vote in the Democratic primary under Oklahoma's semi-closed primary system.

Democratic Primary

Candidates

District 90

Democratic Primary

Candidates

General Election

Candidates

District 95

General Election

Candidates

District 97

General Election

Candidates

District 100

General Election

Candidates

See also

Noted

  1. ^ Declared candidates may seek election from other district, subject to redistricting. Some districts may have no incumbents, while others may have multiple incumbents due to redistricting.

References

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