The Norman Transcript


April 12, 2014

Filings finished

NORMAN — In addition to Ward 2 Norman City Council candidates Clint Williams and Aliesha Karjala several federal, state and county officials will be on the June 24 ballots.

Filing for offices that serve Cleveland County residents are:

· U.S. senator — Jim Inhofe, 79, R-Tulsa; D. Jean McBride-Samuels, 59, R-Jenks; Erick Paul Wyatt, 35, R-Norman; Ray Woods, 78, I-Fairview; Evelyn L Rogers, 61, R-Tulsa; Rob Moye, 58, R-Yukon; Aaron DeLozier, 30, I-Witchita Falls, Texas; Matt Silverstein, ag 33, D-Bixby; Joan Farr, age 58, I-Broken Arrow

· U.S. senator (Dr. Tom Coburns unexpired term) — Connie Johnson, 61, D-Oklahoma City; Patrick Michael Hayes, age 39, D-Anadarko; Jim Rogers, age 79, D-Midwest City; Jason Weger, 31, R-Norman; Kevin Crow, 46, R-Chickasha; Eric C. McCray, 33, R-Tulsa; T.W. Shannon, 36, R-Lawton; Randy Brogdon, 60, R-Owasso; James Lankford, age 46, R-Edmond; Andy Craig, age 41, R-Broken Arrow; Mark T. Beard, age 54, I-Oklahoma City

· U.S. representative District 4 — Tae Si, 27, D-Norman; Tom Cole, 64, R-Moore; Bert Smith, 66, D-Moore; Anna Flatt, age 46, R-Ardmore; Dennis B. Johnson, age 74, I-Norman

· Governor — Joe Dorman, 43, D-Rush Springs; Mary Fallin, 59, R-Oklahoma City; Richard Prawdzienski, 66, I-Edmond; Joe Sills, 34, I-Oklahoma City; Chad Moody, 46, R-Oklahoma City; Dax Ewbank, age 38, R-Guthrie; Kimberly Willis, age 51, I-Oklahoma City

· Lieutenant governor — Cathy Cummings, 52, D-Oklahoma City; Todd Lamb, 42, R-Oklahoma City

· State auditor and inspector — Gary A. Jones, 59, R-Cache

· Attorney general — Scott Pruitt, 45, R-Tulsa

· State treasurer — Ken Miller, 47, R-Edmond

· Superintendent of public instruction — Jack C. Herron Jr., 68, D-Norman; John Cox, 50, D-Hulbert; Janet Costello Barresi, 62, R-Oklahoma City; Joy Hofmeister, 49, R-Tulsa; Freda Deskin, 65, D-Edmond: Ivan Holmes, age 77, D-Oklahoma City; Brian S. Kelly, age 50, R-Edmond

· Commissioner of labor — Mark Costello, 58, R-Edmond; Mark Costello, age 58, R-Edmond

· Insurance commissioner — John Doak, 51, R-Tulsa; Bill Viner, 61, R-Moore

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