Election wrap-up: Both incumbents safe on Oklahoma's Corporation Commission

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June 27, 2012

By Ballotpedia's state executive team

Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma: This year, two seats on the Oklahoma Corporation Commission are up for election. One seat is for a regular term, expiring in 2019. The incumbent, Bob Anthony (R), was first elected in 1988. He easily defeated his primary challenger, Brooks Mitchell, and will be unopposed in the November 6 general election.[1]

Oklahoma Corporation Commission Republican Primary, 2012
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngBob Anthony Incumbent 64.8% 108,624
Brooks Mitchell 35.2% 58,890
Total Votes 167,514

Results are unofficial.


The second race for a seat on the commission is a special election to fill the remainder of former commissioner Jeff Cloud's unexpired term, which ends in 2015. Cloud resigned from the commission in 2011, after which Gov. Mary Fallin appointed Patrice Douglas (R) to serve in his seat until the 2012 election. Douglas is now running unopposed for election to Cloud's seat.[2]

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