Who Won Oklahoma Elections in 2012?

Jim Bridenstine
Date: 
Nov 6, 2012

Incumbent U.S. Representatives won re-election in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Congressional Districts in 2012.

In the 1st District incumbent John Sullivan lost in the Republican primary to Jim Bridenstine, who went on to win the general election over Democrat John Olson.

In the 2nd District 4-term Democratic Congressman Dan Boren did not run for re-election. His seat was taken by Republican Markwayne Mullin over Democrat Rob Wallace - making all five Congressional seats in Oklahoma currently held by Republicans.

House Of Representatives
Winner
1st District Jim Bridenstine REP 63.5%
2nd District Markwayne Mullin REP 57.3%
3rd District Frank Lucas REP Incumbent 75.3%
4th District Tom Cole REP Incumbent 67.9%
5th District James Lankford REP Incumbent 58.7%