Oklahoma's November 2, 2004 General Election
-All incumbents except Roy McClain won-
U.S. Senate Open Seat Rep. Brad Carson (D) - SAOVA ENDORSED Lost
1st District Incumbent John Sullivan (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
2nd District Open Seat Dan Boren (D) - Won
3rd District Incumbemt Frank Lucas (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
4th District Incumbent Tom Cole (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
5th District Incumbent Ernest Istook (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
Winning HumaneUSA PAC funded and/or endorsed state legislators, November 3, 2004.
    Senate
    Sen. Jonathan Nichols, District 15 - (R)
    Sen. Mary Easley Dist 18 Tulsa
    Sen. Mike Morgan, District 21 - (D)
    John Ford, District 29 - (R)
    Sen. James Williamson, District 35 - (R)
    Sen. Nancy Riley, District 37 - (R)
    Brian Crain, District 39 - (R)
    Sen. Jim Reynolds, District 43 - (R)
    Sen. Debbie Leftwich Dist 44 OKC
    Todd Lamb, District 47 - (R)

    Odd numbered senatorial districts vote in 2004, even in 2006.

    House
    Rep. Mike Wilt, District 11 - (R)
    Rep. Sue Tibbs, District 23 - (R)
    Rep. Kris Steele, District 26 - (R)
    House - cont.
    Rep. Bill Nations, District 44 - (D)
    Rep. Thad Balkman, District 45 - (R)
    Rep. Doug Miller, District 46 - (R)
    Rep. Susan Winchester, District 47 - (R)
    Rep. James Covey, District 57 - (D)
    Jeff Hickman, District 58 - (R)
    Rep. Gus Blackwell, District 61 - (R)
    Rep. John Smaligo, District 74 - (R)
    Jeannie McDaniel, District 78 - (D)
    Ken Miller, District 81 - (R)
    Guy Liebmann, District 82 - (R)
    Sally Kern, District 84 - (R)
    Rep. Odilia Dank, District 85 - (R)
    Rep. Debbie Blackburn, District 88 - (D)
    Rep. Mike Reynolds, District 91 - (R)
    Rep. Al Lindley, District 93 - (D)
    Rep. Kevin Calvey, District 94 - (R)
    Rep. Lance Cargill, District 96 - (R)