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Oklahoma Election 2006: The Morning After (Nov 08, 2006)
Oklahomans awoke this morning to a Democratic Lieutenant Governor, a Democratic Labor Commissioner and a State Senate evenly tied between the two parties. We review the results of yesterdayís election, including the approval of all four state ballot questions.

Here are some websites the KGOU news room and our regular political commentators Keith Gaddie and Bob Darcy recommend for in-depth information about local politics:

Oklahoma Election Board
Includes results of all the races and votes on the ballot initiatives

Politics1 Ė Online Guide to Oklahoma Politics
Links to websites of all the candidates who ran in statewide and US Congressional races

OK Insiderís Election Central site
Great source for candidate profiles and articles about the election

Oklahoma Bar Associationís guide to Judicial Election Races

Project Vote Smart
Good, non-partisan source for general political information about Oklahoma and the rest of the country.

SoonerPolitics.com
OU Political Science Professor Keith Gaddieís site, which links to a variety of Oklahoma political blogs and news sources

BatesLine
Political blog with an emphasis on politics in the Tulsa area

The McCarville Report Online
Political blog by Mike McCarville. Recommended by Dr. Keith Gaddie

Note: The views and opinions expressed on these sites do not necessarily represent those of the staff or management of KGOU or the University of Oklahoma. KGOU is not responsible for content contained on linked pages.

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