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The has tentatively been set for Tuesday March 1st, 2016
The has tentatively been set for Tuesday March 1st, 2016
The will be held on Tuesday November 8th, 2016.
   
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The current Governor of Oklahoma is Republican Mary Fallin.
She was sworn into the Office of Governor on January 10th, 2011.
Mary Fallin is 60 years old and serving her second elected term as Governor.
Her Oklahoma Gubernatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 6th, 2018.
Mary Fallin is not eligible for re-election in 2018 due to state term restrictions.
Governor Mary Fallin official gubernatorial website
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The current Senior U.S. Senator from Oklahoma is Republican Jim Inhofe.
He was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on November 17th, 1994.
Jim Inhofe is 80 years old and serving his fifth elected term as U.S. Senator.
His Oklahoma senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 3rd, 2020.
Jim Inhofe is eligible for re-election in 2020 but has not yet announced his candidacy.
Inhofe was first elected in a 1994 Special Election following the resignation of Senator David Boren (D).
Senator Jim Inhofe official senatorial website
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Senator Jim Inhofe Twitter page




The current Junior U.S. Senator from Oklahoma is Republican James Lankford.
He was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on January 3rd, 2015.
James Lankford is 46 years old and serving his first elected term as U.S. Senator.
His Oklahoma senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 8th, 2016.
James Lankford is eligible for re-election in 2016 but has not yet announced his candidacy.
Lankford won a November 4, 2014 special election following the resignation of Senator Tom Coburn and will complete the the term of Senator Tom Colburn.
Senator James Lankford official senatorial website