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Oklahoma (GOP Club)

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  • 10/18 SurveyUSA Poll Results [KY, NY, OK, RI, TX]

    10/18/2002 10:12:52 AM PDT · by BlackRazor · 11 replies · 1,501+ views
    SurveyUSA ^ | 10/18/02 | N/A
    Kentucky U.S. Senate 10/17/2002 McConnell(R) 66% Weinberg (D) 31% Undecided/Other 4% Data Collected 10/14/02 - 10/16/02 Geography State of Kentucky Universe 729 Likely Voters Margin of Error 3.7% Client WLEX-TV Lexington WHAS-TV Louisville ----- New York Governor 10/17/2002 Pataki (R) 46% McCall (D) 29% Golisano (I) 22% Cronin (RTL) 1% Undecided 2% Data Collected 10/14/02 - 10/16/02 Geography State of New York Universe 576 Likely Voters Margin of Error 4.2% Client WRGB-TV Albany WGRZ-TV Buffalo WABC-TV New York ----- Oklahoma Governor 10/17/2002 Largent (R) 43% Henry (D) 38% Richardson (I) 16% Undecided/Other 3% Data Collected 10/14/02 - 10/16/02 Geography State...
  • Watts in town to cheer for old team, Talent

    10/07/2002 8:54:24 AM PDT · by BallandPowder · 4 replies · 1,288+ views
    http://www.columbiatribune.com/ ^ | 10/06/2002 | Josh Flory
    A pre-emptive strike drove the crowd inside, but it didn’t seem to dampen the mood as Oklahoma Congressman - and former University of Oklahoma football star - J.C. Watts visited Columbia yesterday to boost the Senate campaign of Jim Talent. Only hours before the football Tigers kicked off against OU, Watts gave an impassioned speech on behalf of Talent, a former House member from St. Louis County who is locked in a tight battle with incumbent Democrat Jean Carnahan. Saying the Missouri race is probably the most important Senate battle in the country, Watts cited bills that have passed in...
  • Inhofe Poll Shows A Big Advantage [OK] & Sanders Survey Sees Race in Single Digits [SC]

    09/26/2002 8:17:59 AM PDT · by BlackRazor · 11 replies · 1,490+ views
    Roll Call ^ | 9/26/02 | Chris Cillizza
    Inhofe Poll Shows A Big Advantage Sen. James Inhofe (R) holds a comfortable 24-point lead over former Gov.David Walters (D), according to a new poll done for the Republican. Inhofe led 55 percent to 31 percent in the Cole Hargrave Snodgrass & Associates survey, which was conducted Sept. 18-19. Testing 500 registered voters, the poll has a 4.3 percent margin of error. Perhaps more telling than the head-to-head matchup was that 35 percent of those polled were favorably inclined to Walters, while 48 percent thought of him unfavorably. Walters pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in 1993 for accepting campaign contributions...
  • Democrats Look For Upset in 1st [UT] and Will Roberts Make It a Race in the 4th? [OK]

    09/12/2002 5:24:54 AM PDT · by BlackRazor · 9 replies · 1,325+ views
    Roll Call ^ | 9/12/02 | Chris Cillizza and Ben Pershing
    Democrats Look For Upset in 1st New independent polling in Utah's Congressional races had good news for Democrats, as it showed Rep. Jim Matheson (D) with a commanding lead in the 2nd district and advertising executive Dave Thomas (D) within striking distance in the Republican-leaning 1st district. The statewide poll, conducted by Salt Lake City-based Valley Research Inc. for the Salt Lake Tribune, tested each of the state's three House races. In the 2nd district, which was made more Republican in the redistricting process, Matheson led state Rep. John Swallow (R) 49 percent to 20 percent. After respondents were told...
  • State Court Judge Accepts GOP Redistricting Plan for Oklahoma Congressional Seats (my title

    05/28/2002 4:06:10 PM PDT · by Torie · 24 replies · 1,631+ views
    Daily Oklahoman ^ | May 28, 2002 | AP
    Judge hands down congressional redistricting plan 2002-05-28 By The Associated Press A state district judge imposed a congressional redistricting plan Tuesday that was drawn for Republican Gov. Frank Keating and is favored by the state's Republican incumbent congressmen. Oklahoma County Judge Vicki Robertson said the governor's plan splits fewer counties and municipalities than other proposals submitted by the Democrat-controlled Legislature and rates highest in continuity, the number of voters each district would retain from the previous configuration. "No redistricting plan is perfect," Robertson said as she handed down her ruling in a crowded courtroom. "There is some inefficiency in any...
  • Keating, Democrats agree on redistricting

    05/08/2002 9:20:17 AM PDT · by Torie · 24 replies · 1,201+ views
    Daily Oklahoman ^ | May 8, 2002 | John Greiner
    Keating, Democrats agree on redistricting 2002-05-08 By John Greiner The Oklahoman The governor and Democratic legislative leaders have a tentative agreement on a congressional redistricting plan that would pit two Republican congressmen against each other, some Republican state senators said Tuesday. The plan would create a new 4th Congressional District that would put Republican U.S. Reps. J.C. Watts of Norman and Ernest J. Istook of Warr Acres in the same district, the GOP senators said. The new 4th District would combine Cleveland County with a major part of Oklahoma County south of Memorial Road. The plan also has a new...