News Release

Oklahoma primary elections: How to vote with the OKAgFund

June 25, 2018  • Public Policy

Oklahoma voters will head to the polls on Tuesday, June 26 to decide each party’s candidate for the state’s next governor, along with 98 House seats and 20 Senate seats.

The OKAgFund, Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s political action committee, met last month to identify candidates that support agriculture and rural Oklahoma.

Comprised of OKFB members from across the state, the OKAgFund identifies candidates who demonstrate beliefs and actions that are consistent with OKFB’s policies, regardless of political affiliation. While the OKAgFund contributes financially to several state campaigns, an endorsement is the highest level of support the committee gives to chosen candidates.

Polls are open Tuesday, June 26 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Visit the Oklahoma State Election Board website to confirm your voter registration, find your polling place, or view a sample ballot,  

Below, find a list of candidates who received funding by the OKAgFund. Candidates with an asterisk (*) also received an endorsement from the OKAgFund.

 

Statewide

Governor
Todd Lamb* 

Attorney General
Mike Hunter*

State Treasurer
Randy McDaniel (received endorsement only from OKAgFund)*

State Insurance Commissioner
Glen Mulready*

Senate

Senate District 2
Marty Quinn

Senate District 4
Mark Allen

Senate District 8
Roger Thompson*

Senate District 10
Bill Coleman

Senate District 12
James Leewright

Senate District 14
Frank Simpson*

Senate District 18
Kim David*

Senate District 20
Chuck Hall

Senate District 26
Darcy Jech

Senate District 28
Jason Smalley

Senate District 38
Brent Howard*

Senate District 46
Kay Floyd

House

House District 5
Josh West

House District 6
John L. Myers

House District 7
Ben Loring

House District 8
Tom Gann

House District 9
Mark Lepak

House District 10
Travis Dunlap

House District 11
Martin Garber

House District 12
Kevin McDugle

House District 13
Avery Frix

House District 14
George Faught

House District 16
Scott Fetgatter

House District 17
Jim Grego*

House District 19
Justin Humphrey*

House District 20
Bobby Cleveland

House District 22
Charles McCall*

House District 23
Terry O’Donnell

House District 26
Dell Kerbs

House District 28
Zack Taylor

House District 29
Kyle Hilbert

House District 30
Mark Lawson

House District 31
Gary Mize

House District 32
Kevin Wallace*

House District 33
Greg Babinec*

House District 35
Ty Burns

House District 36
Sean Roberts*

House District 37
Steve Vaughan

House District 38
John Pfieffer*

House District 39
Ryan Martinez

House District 40
Chad Caldwell

House District 50
Marcus McEntire

House District 51
Brad Boles

House District 53
Mark McBride

House District 54
Kevin West

House District 55
Todd Russ*

House District 57
Harold Wright*

House District 58
Carl Newton

House District 59
Mike Sanders

House District 60
Rhonda Baker*

House District 63
Jeff Coody

House District 64
Rande Worthen

House District 65
Scooter Park*

House District 67
Scott McEachin

House District 69
Chuck Strohm

House District 70
Carol Bush

House District 72
Monroe Nichols

House District 76
Ross Ford

House District 77
Todd Blackburn

House District 80
Mike Ritze

House District 81
Mike Osburn

House District 84
Tammy West

House District 85
Matt Jackson

House District 90
Jon Echols*

House District 91
Chris Kannady

House District 96
Lewis H. Moore*

House District 99
Ajay Pittman

House District 101
Tess Teague*

Following Tuesday’s primary elections, the OKAgFund committee will meet to re-evaluate its support and/or endorsements of candidates in runoff and general elections.