Candidates and ballot issues on the 2008 General Election ballot at Norman precincts.
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John McCain/Sarah Palin (R)
2008 Presidential General Election Voters' Guide published by the League of Women Voters Education Fund
Note: Ralph Nader will not appear on the ballot in Oklahoma as a third-party candidate for President, and write-in votes are prohibited here. Nader will appear on the ballot in 45 states. An additional four states allow write-in votes.
Andrew Rice (D)
Jim Inhofe (R)
Stephen P. Wallace (I)
United States House of Representatives District 4
Blake Cummings (D)
Tom Cole (R)
David E. Joyce (I)
Charles Gray (D)
Jeff Cloud (R)
Corporation Commissioner (short term)
Jim Roth (D)
Dana Murphy (R)
State Senate District 15
Diane M. Drum (D)
Jonathan Nichols (R)
State Senate District 17
Charlie Laster (D)
Donald Rominger, Jr. (R)
State House of Representatives District 44
Bill Nations (D)
Tod J. Barrett (R)
State House of Representatives District 45
Wallace Collins (D)
Aaron Stiles (R)
State House of Representatives District 46
Miranda Norman (D)
Scott Martin (R)
State House of Representatives District 53
Troy Green (D)
Randy Terrill (R)
Rick Adkins (D)
Joe Lester (R)
All other county offices up for reelection in 2008 either had only one candidate to file or were decided in the Primary and/or Runoff Elections held in July and August.
Oklahoma Supreme Court
John F. Reif, Dist. 1
Tom Colbert, Dist. 6
Joseph M. Watt, Dist. 9
Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals
Charles A. Johnson, Dist. 2
Gary L. Lumpkin, Dist. 3
Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals
Jerry L. Goodman, Dist. 1, Office No. 1
Jane P. Wiseman, Dist. 1, Office No. 2
Keith Rapp, Dist. 2, Office No. 2
John F. Fischer, Dist. 3, Office No. 2
For the full text of the State Questions go to STATE QUESTIONS FOR GENERAL ELECTION.
State Question No. 735 amends the Oklahoma Constitution. The question deals with approval of tax exemptions for certain injured veterans.
State Question No. 741 amends the Oklahoma Constitution. The question is related to exemptions from property taxes and requires a person or business to file an application for an exemption.
State Question No. 742 adds a new section to the Oklahoma Constitution. The question gives all people of the state the right to hunt, trap, fish and take game and fish and allows the Wildlife Conservation Commission to approve methods and procedures.
State Question No. 743 amends the Oklahoma Constitution. The question requires a customer to be twenty-one and physically present to purchase wine at a winery, festival or trade show. The measure also changes the law to allow certain winemakers to sell directly to retail package stores and restaurants.
Cleveland County residents are in Congressional (US House of Representatives) District #4.
There are two ways to find your
Another way to learn your district numbers is to call the Cleveland County Election Board 366-0210.