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+Mary Fallin (R) i
460,298
55.81%
Joe Dorman (D)
338,239
41.01%
Kimberly Willis (I) 17,169
2.08%
Richard Prawdzienski (I)
9,125
1.11%

824,831

Registered Voters:  2,027,761.   
Plurality:  122,059 votes (14.80 percentage points).

 OK State Election Board




Notes: Gov. Mary Fallin (R) won a second term, defeating state Rep. Joe Dorman (D and two independents


In the June 24 primary, Fallin won more that 75% of the vote against two other candidates.  She had served two terms in the Oklahoma House, 1991-95, three terms as lieutenant governor, 1995-2007 and two terms in the U.S. House, 2007-11.

Dorman was unopposed for the Democratic nomination.  From Rush Springs in Chickasaw County (South Central OK), he was first elected to the House in 2002 and after six terms was term limited in 2014.  Dorman formed an exploratory committee on Dec.17,  2013 and announced his candidacy on Feb. 4, 2014. 

Fallin and Dorman debated one time, at the Oklahoma State University Student Union in Stillwater on Oct. 2, broadcast by OETA (>).



Campaign Managers:
Mary Fallin:  Denise Northrup
Chief of staff to Gov. Fallin from Jan. 2011 and previously district director to Fallin in the U.S. House.  Managed Fallin's six campaigns, for lieutenant governor, Congress and governor.

Joe Dorman:  Kendra Horn
Strategic consultant with Amatra starting in 2009.  Manager of communication and media relations and earlier manager of government affairs for the Space Foundation to 2008.  Press secretary to U.S. Rep. Brad Carson (OK-2), 2004-05.   Attorney in private practice for several years.  J.D. from Southern Methodist University, 2001; bachelor's degreee in political science from University of Tulsa, 1998.  Born and raised in Chickasha.








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