Seeking a fourth term in Congress, incumbent Republican Congressman John Sullivan faced no difficulty against Democratic nominee Alan Gentges and independent Bill Wortman in this staunchly conservative district based in the Tulsa metropolitan area.
Oklahoma's 1st congressional district election, 2006
Incumbent Democratic Congressman Dan Boren, the son of former Governor and U.S. Senator David Boren, easily dispatched with his Republican opponent, Patrick Miller, in this district based in eastern Oklahoma, or "Little Dixie." This district, strongly conservative at the national level, tends to favor Democrats at the local level.
Oklahoma's 2nd congressional district election, 2006
Incumbent Republican Congressman Frank Lucas sought and won an eighth term in Congress from this district, the most conservative district in Oklahoma and the eleventh-most conservative district nationwide.
Oklahoma's 3rd congressional district election, 2006
Incumbent Republican Congressman Ernest Istook declined to seek an eighth term in Congress, instead opting to run for Governor, creating an open seat. Mary Fallin, the Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma, won the Republican primary and was favored to win the general election in this largely conservative district based in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Though Fallin was victorious on election day, her margin of victory over Democratic opponent David Hunter was the thinnest margin of any member of the Oklahoma congressional delegation.
Oklahoma's 5th congressional district election, 2006