Jeff McMahan (politician)

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Jeff McMahan
Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector
In office
2003 – June 2008
Preceded by Clifton Scott
Succeeded by Steve Burrage

Jeff A. McMahan, CFE, is an American Democratic politician from the U.S. state of Oklahoma. He served as Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector from 2003 until his resignation in June, 2008.

On Friday January 18, 2008 McMahan and his wife, Lori McMahan, were indicted by a Federal grand jury for accepting improper cash and gifts from an Oklahoma businessman.[1] On Saturday June 14, 2008 a federal jury convicted McMahan and his wife on one count of conspiracy and two counts in violation of the Travel Act, prohibiting interstate travel in support of racketeering.[2] Following his conviction, he resigned as State Auditor and Inspector, and was succeeded in office by Steve Burrage.

Release from federal prison[edit]

Federal Bureau of Prison records indicate McMahan was released from prison on April 21, 2016. Lori was released from federal prison in late 2014.

2006 election results[edit]

The election results are as follows:[3]

Candidate Votes %
  Jeff McMahan 469,311 51.68%
  Gary Jones 438,778 48.32%


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  3. ^ Oklahoma Election Commission