|The Green Papers: Midterm Election 2002|
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|Oklahoma 2-year term (2001-2002)|
|Partisan Composition: 5 Republicans, 1 Democrat|
||Republican||Congressman John Sullivan
Re-elected 5 November 2002
Elected 8 January 2002 in Special Election for the term to begin 15 February, the effective date of the resignation of Steve Largent (who resigned to run for OK Governor). Representative Sullivan will take oath of office 27 February 2002.
Seat up for election: Tuesday 5 November 2002
Renominated - 27 August 2002- Primary
Results of the Special Election of Tuesday 8 January 2002 to fill the seat held by Steve Largent: WINNER - Republican - John Sullivan: (61,694 votes, 53.79%); Democrat - Doug Dodd: (50,850 votes, 44.34%); Independent Neil Mavis: (1,758 votes, 1.53%); Independent - David Fares: (388 votes, 0.34%). Special Election Calendar: Primary - 11 December 2001, General - 8 January 2002. The 12 February 2002 election was not needed.
| ||** Open Seat (no incumbent) **|
11 December 2001 Primary: WINNER: Doug Dodd (12,516 votes - 88.77%), James E. Lamkin (1,584 votes - 11.23%).
Cathy Keating officially ended her candidacy on Friday 14 December 2001 and has endorsed John Sullivan. 11 December special primary results: Qualified for runoff - John Sullivan (19,018 votes - 45.53%) and Cathy Keating (12,736 votes - 30.49%). Disqualified - Scott Pruitt (9,513 votes - 22.77%), George E. Banasky (296 votes - 0.71%), Evelyn L. Rogers (210 votes - .50%).
|Congressman Sullivan is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 1|
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