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Okla. Governor%
 Declared WinnerHenry (D) 43
 Largent (R) 43
 Other 14
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Okla. Senate%
 Declared WinnerInhofe* (R) 57
 Walters (D) 36
 Other 7
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Okla. Initiative Tackles Tradition
Polls suggest that Oklahomans will vote heavily in favor State Question 687, a ballot measure that would make cockfighting and a raft of related activities, including owning game birds, felonies punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.

Okla. Election News
Largent Fumbles Early Lead in Okla. Governor's Race (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 28, 2002; 6:45 PM)

Largent's Navigating Late-Campaign Flap in Okla. Governor's Race (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 16, 2002; 5:35 PM)

Closer-Than-Expected Oklahoma Governor's Race a Question of Definition (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 7, 2002; 9:35 PM)

Okla. Democrats Pick Henry to Face Largent (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 17, 2002; 11:35 PM)

Okla. Democrats Slug It Out in Senate Race Runoff (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 13, 2002; 3:05 PM)

Roberts Cleared for Shot at Watt's Okla. Seat (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 30, 2002; 7:35 PM)

Runner-up Quits Runoff, Setting Field for Oklahoma Contest to Succeed Watts (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 29, 2002; 5:20 PM)

Cole Gets Nod in Race to Succeed Watts; Democrats in Runoff (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 28, 2002; 12:35 PM)

Oklahoma Primary Races Tighten (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 26, 2002; 2:35 PM)

Race to Succeed Watts Big Draw in Okla. Primary (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 16, 2002; 5:20 PM)

Okla. Democrats' Remap Flub Puts Carson at Risk (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 9, 2002; 6:20 PM)

Tussle in Oklahoma: Former Governor Favored to Prevail in Senate Primary (Post, July 28, 2002)

Will Okla. Governorship Be Largent's Next Big Catch? (Congressional Quarterly, July 26, 2002; 3:20 PM)

Bid to Oust Okla. Sen. Inhofe Spurs Fight: Ads Attack Former Gov. Walters Over 1990 Fundraising (Congressional Quarterly, July 15, 2002; 6:05 PM)

Rep. Watts of Oklahoma Set to Retire: Decision Deprives GOP of Key Minority Leader, Gives Democrats an Opening (Post, July 2, 2002)

Watts' Departure Leaves Race Wide Open (Congressional Quarterly, July 1, 2002; 4:47 PM)

Rep. J.C. Watts Not Seeking Reelection (Post, July 1, 2002; 2:04 PM)

Watts Rumors Add Steam to Okla. House Race (Congressional Quarterly, June 29, 2002; 8:06 PM)

Rumors Revisit Oklahoma Republicans (Post, June 21, 2002)

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