Oklahoma House incumbents see few challengers in election
April 1, 2018
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Despite talk of widespread dissatisfaction with the Oklahoma Legislature, three quarters of the House members running for re-election have yet to draw a challenge.
Among those who don't have opponents are the people who run the House: Speaker Charles McCall and the top three members of his Republican leadership team.
In all, 40 of the 57 House Republicans seeking another term do not have an opponent who has registered with the Oklahoma Ethics Commission, the Oklahoman reported . Candidates must register when they have raised or spent $1,000.
Democrats, the minority...