DUNCAN – Election Day results for Stephens County were as follows, via the Oklahoma State Election Board:
For the presidential election, Stephens County voters were strongly behind the incumbent, President Donald J. Trump, who, along with Vice President Michael R. Pence, received 15,552 total votes, or 81.65% of the county vote.
The next closest candidate was Democrat Joseph R. Biden, along with Kamala D. Harris, who received 3,151 total votes, or 16.54%. Far behind were Libertarian Jo Jorgensen (224 votes, or 1.18%), followed by Kanye West, Brock Pierce and Jade Simmons, the three independent candidates. There were 19,046 total votes cast for president in Stephens County.
In the Corporation Commissioner’s race, incumbent Todd Hiett (R), defeated Libertarian challenger Todd Hagopian 15,753 (86.66%) to 2,425 (13.34%).
In the U.S. Senate race involving octogenarian incumbent James Inhofe, the Republican received 15,207 votes to Democrat Abby Broyles’
3,120 votes. Far behind her were Libertarian Robert Murphy with 340 votes and the two independents – Joan Farr and A.D. Nesbit receiving 208 and 91 votes, respectively.
Incumbent Republican Congressman Tom Cole, representing Oklahoma 4th Congressional District, received 15,586 votes. Democrat Mary Brannon received 2,866 votes and Libertarian Bob White rounded out that race receiving 508 votes.
In State Senate District 43, Duncan Republican Jessica Garvin cruised past Marlow Democrat Terri Reimer, 11,822 votes to 2,360 votes. Garvin defeated incumbent Sen. Paul Scott of Duncan in the August runoff election.
For State Representative District 65, Republican Toni Hasenbeck received 782 votes to 102 votes for Democrat Jennifer Kerstetter.
Stephens County Commissioner District 2 race, between Todd Churchman (R) and Lonnie L. Estes (Independent), was 4,329 votes to 2,252 votes.