Welcome to the 2020 Candidate Information Questionnaire Results!
The Candidate Information Committee is the County Party entity charged to collect, compile, evaluate, and publish findings and majority consensus opinions, as deemed necessary, regarding information collected on challengers and incumbent Republican Elected office-holders seeking re-election, in and for the geopolitical Wagoner County jurisdiction, at all levels of government. This assessment is performed as a public service to the voters of Wagoner County and falls within the party role of voter education pursuant to our Standing Rule 1.
Questionnaires were sent via certified mail to 21 candidates that appear on ballots across Wagoner County. A total of 8 candidates returned questionnaires.
- 1 of the 4 or 25% of Republican US Senatorial candidates
- 0 of the 1 or 0% of Republican Congressional candidates
- 0 of the 2 or 0% of Republican Corporation Commissioner candidates
- 1 of the 7 or % of Republican Legislative candidates
- 2 of the 2 or 100% of Republican County Sheriff candidates
- 1 of the 1 or 100% of Republican County Clerk candidates
- 0 of the 1 or 0% of Republican County Court Clerk candidates
- 3 of the 3 or 100% of Republican County Commissioner District 2 candidates
Pursuant to our Standing Rule 1, an objective raw Conservative Index score was derived based on initial responses to the questionnaire and then was adjusted, when necessary, based on the follow-up interview. The adjusted Conservative Index score below indicates a candidates' consistency with the Wagoner County Republican Party Core Values on page 2 included in our party platform:
Candidate (by office then alphabetical by last name)
|2020 Conservative Index|
|U.S. Senator||James Inhofe (Incumbent)||Did Not Participate|
|U.S. Senator||Neil Mavis||19%|
|U.S. Senator||JJ Stitt||Did Not Participate|
|U.S. Senator||John Thompkins||Did Not Participate|
|U.S. Congress CD1||Kevin Hern (Incumbent)||Did Not Participate|
|Corporation Commissioner||Todd Hiett (Incumbent)||Did Not Participate|
|Corporation Commissioner||Harold Spradling||Did Not Participate|
|State Rep. District 08||Tom Gann (Incumbent), (Unopposed)||Did Not Participate|
|State Rep. District 12||Justin Dine||92%|
|State Rep. District 12||Kevin McDugle (Incumbent)||Did Not Participate|
|State Rep. District 16||Scott Fetgatter (Incumbent), (Unopposed)||Did Not Participate|
|State Rep. District 23||Terry O'Donnell (Incumbent)||Did Not Participate|
|State Rep. District 80||Stan May (Incumbent), (Unopposed)||Did Not Participate|
|State Rep. District 98||Dean Davis (Incumbent), (Unopposed)||Did Not Participate|
|County Sheriff||Chris Elliott (Incumbent)||73%|
|County Sheriff||Kyle Johnson||82%|
|County Clerk||Lori Hendricks (Incumbent), (Unopposed)||95%|
|County Court Clerk||James Hight (Incumbent), (Unopposed)||Did Not Participate|
|County Commissioner District 02||David Cobb||Did Not Complete The Process|
|County Commissioner District 02||Chris Edwards (Incumbent)||74%|
|County Commissioner District 02||Randy Stamps||49%|
We in the Republican Party of Wagoner County strive to build a more prosperous local community, state, and nation where individual prosperity is encouraged, a person’s productivity is limited only by his individual ability and personal initiative and where citizens may enjoy the freedom to pursue life as described by the Constitution of the United States of America.
The Wagoner County Republican Party, composed of individuals of many views and opinions regarding the means to achieve that goal, unite with the common belief that those individual rights and the limitation of government set forth in the Constitution of the United States are sacrosanct, and the ideals of moral and fiscal conservatism and individual responsibility are paramount to maintain liberty for all people of our great state and nation.