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Election Board Makes Oklahoma’s Electoral History Available Online

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Charles N. Haskell, the first governor of Oklahoma.

Results from state and federal elections dating back to statehood are now available on the State Election Board website, Secretary Paul Ziriax announced Thursday.

The website previously included results from recent elections, but the discovery of electronic files including detailed results from older elections allowed for the archive to be completed.

“Those who are interested in the history of Oklahoma elections can now access results from any election year in seconds,” Ziriax said in a press release.

The records are available as .pdf files and include vote count as well as percentage results.

The oldest results are from the 1907 general election in which Democratic candidate C. N. Haskell received 134,162 of the 250,409 votes cast in the gubernatorial race to become the state’s first governor. Haskell defeated Republican candidate Frank Frantz and C.C. Ross, a Socialist candidate.

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