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Oklahoma Primary Election Results: Goodwin, Stewart & McCane Standout Winners
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Oklahoma Primary Election Results: Goodwin, Stewart & McCane Standout Winners

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Democrat State Rep. Regina Goodwin will move into Oklahoma Senate Seat District 11, which encompasses North Tulsa, following her win over former Tulsa Councilor Joe Williams in the June 18 primary.  Goodwin won 83 percent to William’s’ 16 percent of 3,527 total votes. Since there is no Republican candidate in the general election, Goodwin’s win to fill the seat is secured.

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Okla. State Rep. Regina Goodwin (D 73) campaign supporters celebrating her State Senate (D 11) campaign victory, Jun. 18. Goodwin secured 83 percent of votes cast, against competitor Joe Williams. Photo, Ross D. Johnson
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Okla. State Rep. Regina Goodwin (Dist 73) campaign supporters celebrating her State Senate (D 11) campaign victory, Jun. 18. Goodwin secured 83 percent of votes cast, against competitor Joe Williams. Photo, Ross D. Johnson

In the Democratic primary race for Goodwin’s current District 73 Oklahoma House seat, Tulsa firefighter Ron Stewart rallied a narrow margin over Tulsa restaurateur Darrell Knox, owner of Sweet Lisa’s Cafe. Stewart received 52.84 percent of the votes to Knox’s 47.16 percent with all precincts reported. The official results are pending.

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Ron Stewart, Tulsa firefighter and candidate for Okla. State Rep. seat in District 73, secured a narrow victory (52.84 percent) against candidate Darrel Knox (47.16).

Tulsa educator Michelle McCane has won election to the Oklahoma House of Representatives to represent District 72 in the Democratic primary on June 18, 2024, after the general election was canceled. McCane defeated Adam Martin collecting 72 percent of the votes. Martin challenged and was defeated by incumbent US Congressman Kevin Hern in the 2022 general election. With no Republican contender to face in a general election, McCane takes the seat.

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Regina Goodwin, Tulsa Public Schools, All-Black Towns, Black Towns, Oklahoma Black Towns, Historic Black Towns, Gary Lee, M. David Goodwin, James Goodwin, Ross Johnson, Sam Levrault, Kimberly Marsh, John Neal, African American News, Black News, African American Newspaper, Black Owned Newspaper, The Oklahoma Eagle, The Eagle, Black Wall Street, Tulsa Race Massacre, 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

Tulsa Elections, Regina Goodwin, Goodwin for Senate, Ron Stewart, Michelle McCane, African American Business, Black Business, African American Entrepreneur, Black Entrepreneur, BuyBlack, All-Black Towns, Black Towns, Oklahoma Black Towns, Historic Black Towns, Gary Lee, M. David Goodwin, James Goodwin, Ross Johnson, Sam Levrault, Kimberly Marsh, John Neal, African American News, Black News, African American Newspaper, Black Owned Newspaper, The Oklahoma Eagle, The Eagle, Black Wall Street, Tulsa Race Massacre, 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
Michelle McCane, a Tulsa educator and candidate for Okla. State Rep. seat in District 72, secured a significant victory (72 percent) against Adam Martin (28 percent).

District 72 Representative Monroe Nichols did not seek re-election in order to run in the race for Tulsa Mayor, a nonpartisan position that will go to a vote on Aug. 27. Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum did not seek re-election. He has accepted a position as Vice President for Community and Government Affairs at Saint Francis Health System.

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