Oklahoma U.S. Senate Primary Election Results

Republican Primary

Winner

James Lankford wins the Republican primary.

Race called by The Associated Press.

Updated June 29, 2022
>95% reported
Candidate Votes Pct.
James Lankford*
242,984 +67.8% 67.8%
Jackson Lahmeyer
94,504 +26.4% 26.4
Joan Farr
20,737 +5.8% 5.8
Total reported
358,225

* Incumbent

Results by county

County Lankford Lahmeyer Farr Total votes Est. rpt.
Oklahoma 72% 22% 6% 56,766 >95%
Tulsa 63 31 6 53,421 >95%
Cleveland 69 25 6 24,440 >95%
Canadian 69 26 5 16,649 >95%
Rogers 63 32 5 13,618 >95%
Wagoner 62 33 5 9,345 >95%
Creek 66 29 5 8,659 >95%
Washington 68 27 5 7,408 >95%
Payne 70 24 6 7,312 >95%
Pottawatomie 69 25 5 7,258 >95%
Garfield 65 30 5 7,217 >95%
Logan 64 32 4 6,564 >95%
Comanche 72 20 8 6,115 >95%
Grady 70 25 4 6,046 >95%
Muskogee 69 24 6 5,836 >95%
Delaware 72 22 6 5,030 >95%
Osage 67 27 6 5,023 >95%
McClain 65 30 4 4,910 >95%
Lincoln 70 24 5 4,842 >95%
Kay 67 27 6 4,572 >95%
Mayes 70 24 6 4,515 >95%
Stephens 65 30 6 4,419 >95%
Pittsburg 73 20 6 4,004 >95%
LeFlore 64 28 8 3,818 >95%
Carter 64 29 7 3,808 >95%
Bryan 76 18 6 3,680 >95%
Custer 74 21 4 3,511 >95%
Cherokee 68 25 6 3,183 >95%
Sequoyah 58 35 6 3,016 >95%
Okmulgee 64 30 6 2,845 >95%
Pontotoc 71 21 7 2,707 >95%
Garvin 67 27 5 2,651 >95%
Kingfisher 70 24 6 2,405 >95%
McCurtain 70 22 8 2,338 >95%
Woodward 67 29 4 2,233 >95%
Beckham 69 26 6 2,191 >95%
Caddo 75 20 5 2,118 >95%
Ottawa 65 28 8 2,106 >95%
Jackson 72 22 5 1,870 55%
Seminole 71 24 5 1,849 >95%
Major 65 31 4 1,845 >95%
Adair 74 20 6 1,827 >95%
Pawnee 69 25 6 1,824 >95%
McIntosh 70 24 6 1,773 >95%
Texas 51 43 6 1,581 >95%
Marshall 75 18 7 1,454 >95%
Craig 60 36 4 1,452 >95%
Noble 76 19 5 1,433 >95%
Blaine 72 21 7 1,316 >95%
Nowata 71 23 7 1,281 >95%
Washita 75 21 4 1,268 >95%
Alfalfa 74 22 4 1,256 >95%
Woods 74 20 6 1,245 >95%
Haskell 59 36 4 1,179 >95%
Choctaw 73 22 6 1,108 >95%
Murray 67 26 6 1,097 >95%
Johnston 72 20 8 1,066 >95%
Hughes 69 25 6 1,031 >95%
Atoka 74 19 7 997 >95%
Pushmataha 63 28 9 997 >95%
Okfuskee 69 27 4 886 >95%
Latimer 70 26 4 879 >95%
Grant 67 27 6 868 >95%
Dewey 67 29 4 828 >95%
Ellis 72 23 6 813 >95%
Kiowa 77 19 4 759 >95%
Beaver 57 37 6 693 >95%
Coal 69 20 11 668 >95%
Cotton 70 22 8 665 >95%
Tillman 79 15 6 658 >95%
Harper 67 27 5 620 >95%
Roger Mills 60 35 5 612 >95%
Love 68 28 4 567 >95%
Greer 67 26 7 404 >95%
Jefferson 59 31 9 394 52%
Cimarron 49 47 3 366 >95%
Harmon 77 22 1 217 >95%

Analysis From Our Reporters

  • Alyce McFadden
    Alyce McFadden June 28, 2022

    Jason Bollinger, a former State Department employee, and Madison Horn, a cybersecurity executive, will advance to a runoff in Oklahoma’s Democratic Senate primary, according to The Associated Press. The winner of the runoff will challenge Senator James Lankford in November.

  • Will Dudding
    Will Dudding June 28, 2022

    Alison Esposito, the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, introduces Lee Zeldin to an ecstatic group of supporters in Nassau County.

  • Will Dudding
    Will Dudding June 28, 2022

    The crowd at Lee Zeldin’s victory party erupts into cheers and chants his name as his victory is called. Peter King, the former New York congressman, briefly ascends the stage and says it’s a “great day for New York.” Zeldin is said to be on his way.

  • Jeff Mays
    Jeff Mays June 28, 2022

    A concession from Andrew Giuliani could be imminent. The announcer at his election night party says the candidate and his father, Rudolph Giuliani, will speak shortly. The announcer also mistakenly said the pair would talk about “Rudy’s campaign.”

  • Will Dudding
    Will Dudding June 28, 2022

    As Lee Zeldin’s lead picks up, so has the mood at his party on Long Island. The crowd is enjoying pretzels and hot dogs as Justin Timberlake blares on the speakers.

  • Dana Rubinstein
    Dana Rubinstein June 28, 2022

    Kathy Hochul takes the stage wearing suffragette white under the glass ceiling of this TriBeCa event space, and nods to the state’s first first gentleman, her husband, Bill.

  • Dana Rubinstein
    Dana Rubinstein June 28, 2022

    In his victory speech, Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado says that if Democrats need a reminder of what’s at stake, they need look no further than the Supreme Court’s “disastrous” decision to take away a woman’s right to an abortion. “This is the fight of our lives,” Delgado said.

  • Jeff Mays
    Jeff Mays June 28, 2022

    The energy is sucked out of the room and the crowd thins a bit at Andrew Giuliani’s party as Lee Zeldin overtakes Giuliani in the Republican primary for governor with about a quarter of the vote reporting.

  • Luis Ferré Sadurní
    Luis Ferré Sadurní June 28, 2022

    Antonio Delgado, the lieutenant governor of New York, convincingly defeated Ana María Archila and Diana Reyna in a three-way Democratic primary, according to The Associated Press. Delgado’s victory is also a win for Gov. Kathy Hochul, who handpicked him as her running mate.

  • Dana Rubinstein
    Dana Rubinstein June 28, 2022

    For the first time tonight, the Hochul party breaks into applause as NY1 calls the lieutenant governor race for Delgado; Hochul’s win was apparently a given.

  • Dana Rubinstein
    Dana Rubinstein June 28, 2022

    Kathy Hochul has won the primary, and Mayor Eric Adams of New York has said his part, but Hochul has yet to take the stage — perhaps in deference to her running mate, Antonio Delgado, whose race has yet to be called.

  • Dana Rubinstein
    Dana Rubinstein June 28, 2022

    The New York State comptroller, Tom DiNapoli, just led a chant for Letitia James, the state attorney general who once wanted to be governor herself and never did endorse Hochul in the primary.

  • Nicholas Fandos
    Nicholas Fandos June 28, 2022

    In New York, we are still waiting on results from Long Island’s Nassau and Suffolk counties. These are the bases of both Democrat Tom Suozzi and Republican Lee Zeldin. They will need to run up big numbers there to win.

  • Luis Ferré Sadurní
    Luis Ferré Sadurní June 28, 2022

    A lively band is playing some very loud cumbia at the election party in Brooklyn for Jumaane Williams and Ana María Archila, though the two running mates have not yet arrived, as early results show them trailing in New York City.

  • Jesse McKinley
    Jesse McKinley June 28, 2022

    Andrew Giuliani showing strength in New York City in early returns, not a complete surprise considering his father’s run as mayor from 1994 to the end of 2001 (including the Sept. 11 attacks).

  • Nicholas Fandos
    Nicholas Fandos June 28, 2022

    Gov. Kathy Hochul’s supporters have good reason to celebrate. Early results from New York City show her with a very comfortable lead over her two Democratic challengers, Tom Suozzi and Jumaane Williams. The Republicans are running closer.

  • Nick Corasaniti
    Nick Corasaniti June 28, 2022

    With already 95 percent of the vote reporting in Mesa County, the home county of Tina Peters, Pam Anderson is in the lead by roughly 1,800 votes, or 5 percent.

  • Jeff Mays
    Jeff Mays June 28, 2022

    Crime and inflation are two issues that Republicans in New York believe will hurt Democrats in the general election in November. The strategy will be to link the Democratic nominee to President Biden and his low approval rating on issues like inflation.

  • Jesse McKinley
    Jesse McKinley June 28, 2022

    For a sense of how dominant Democrats are in New York, where both parties are selecting nominees for governor tonight, consider that no Republican has won a statewide race in 20 years. The last winner? George Pataki, winning a third term as governor, in 2002.

  • Will Dudding
    Will Dudding June 28, 2022

    Campaign baseball caps in blue, white and neon yellow speckle the room as people trickle into the party for Lee Zeldin. MAGA red is notably absent.

Democratic Primary

Runoff

Madison Horn and Jason Bollinger have advanced to a runoff.

Race called by The Associated Press.

Updated June 29, 2022
>95% reported
Candidate Votes Pct.
Madison Horn
60,631 +37.2% 37.2%
Jason Bollinger
27,359 +16.8% 16.8
Dennis Baker
22,458 +13.8% 13.8
Total reported
163,063

Advanced to runoff

Results by county

County Horn Bollinger Baker Total votes Est. rpt.
Oklahoma 46% 15% 9% 44,220 >95%
Tulsa 38 16 13 27,557 >95%
Cleveland 44 18 9 15,664 >95%
Canadian 41 18 12 4,930 >95%
Muskogee 27 19 22 3,514 >95%
Comanche 32 18 13 3,434 >95%
Rogers 31 17 20 3,370 >95%
Cherokee 33 18 20 3,215 >95%
Payne 41 16 13 3,077 >95%
Pottawatomie 41 15 11 2,697 >95%
Wagoner 31 17 20 2,643 >95%
Osage 29 16 16 2,160 >95%
Creek 28 17 18 2,152 >95%
Pittsburg 27 16 23 2,026 >95%
McIntosh 22 25 20 1,900 >95%
Okmulgee 25 21 22 1,677 >95%
Mayes 24 14 22 1,583 >95%
Grady 32 19 13 1,555 >95%
Washington 28 17 19 1,525 >95%
Logan 37 17 12 1,472 >95%
Carter 29 16 18 1,431 >95%
Pontotoc 37 13 18 1,428 >95%
Bryan 25 19 19 1,354 >95%
Garfield 34 14 15 1,352 >95%
Delaware 25 18 23 1,315 >95%
LeFlore 19 20 21 1,261 >95%
Lincoln 31 19 14 1,250 >95%
McClain 33 15 17 1,177 >95%
Kay 35 16 16 1,175 >95%
Caddo 30 19 16 1,173 >95%
Sequoyah 26 18 25 1,151 >95%
Adair 50 13 18 914 >95%
Stephens 26 21 19 880 >95%
Ottawa 23 18 22 867 >95%
Garvin 31 17 15 851 >95%
Seminole 37 16 15 836 >95%
Custer 30 19 15 789 >95%
Craig 22 18 28 743 >95%
McCurtain 24 15 25 708 >95%
Murray 30 15 14 702 >95%
Latimer 27 18 21 673 >95%
Hughes 21 15 22 558 >95%
Pawnee 27 17 23 552 >95%
Haskell 24 16 21 541 >95%
Beckham 22 39 11 513 >95%
Okfuskee 20 20 26 495 >95%
Choctaw 18 17 23 487 >95%
Atoka 18 15 27 486 >95%
Pushmataha 20 23 23 471 >95%
Coal 20 15 28 439 >95%
Washita 26 20 21 419 >95%
Marshall 24 20 22 415 >95%
Johnston 18 16 27 374 >95%
Nowata 21 18 30 369 >95%
Noble 33 17 16 361 >95%
Woodward 36 18 14 341 >95%
Kingfisher 26 16 29 330 >95%
Jackson 31 14 16 314 >95%
Blaine 26 19 13 312 >95%
Kiowa 31 19 20 279 >95%
Love 20 18 23 263 >95%
Woods 30 17 17 263 >95%
Greer 33 16 17 230 >95%
Cotton 23 23 9 199 >95%
Texas 26 21 19 186 >95%
Jefferson 18 15 21 175 >95%
Tillman 24 24 18 170 >95%
Major 21 17 20 169 >95%
Dewey 23 17 17 164 >95%
Alfalfa 27 17 19 143 >95%
Roger Mills 20 18 30 127 >95%
Grant 39 13 14 123 >95%
Harper 30 20 12 123 >95%
Ellis 36 20 15 112 >95%
Harmon 29 22 12 73 >95%
Beaver 29 17 15 52 >95%
Cimarron 15 29 18 34 >95%