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Today, the Oklahoma State AFL-CIO held its COPE Convention. The main reason for this convention is to endorse candidates for office. Below the fold is the listing of candidates officially endorsed by the states AFL-CIO.

You might notice that Rep. Dan Boren is missing from those endorsements. The reason for this is that his voting record regarding labor was not up to par. District 4, home of Rep. Tom Cole also received a no endorsement

2008 Oklahoma AFL-CIO Endorsements

US Senate: Andrew Rice
US House District #1: Georgianna Oliver
Corporation Commissioner (short term): Jim Roth

State Senate-
District 5: Jerry Ellis
District 7: Richard Lerblance
District 15: Diane Drum
District 17: Charlie Laster
District 21: Bob Murphy
District 31: Keith Erwin
District 33: Tom Adelson
District 37: Nancy Riley
District 43: David Boren

State House-
District 2: Glen Bud Smithson
District 9: Bill Snyder
District 13: Jerry McPeak
District 14: Eugene Blankenship
District 16: Jerry Shoemake
District 24: Kathi Mask
District 27: Cole Koszara
District 28: Ryan Dean Kiesel
District 33: Mike Pierson
District 36: Scott BigHorse
District 37: Ken Luttrell
District 45: Wallace Collins
District 46: Miranda Norman
District 49: Terry Hyman (candidate passed away, awaiting on how to fill position)
District 50: Daisy Lawler
District 51: Tommy Cosgrove
District 52: Dan McMahan
District 53: Troy Green
District 66: Lucky Lamons
District 78: Jeannie McDaniel
District 82: Jane Anderson
District 83: Edward Holzberger
District 84: Ron Marlett
District 85: Bart Jay Robey
District 87: Dana Orwig
District 90: Linda James
District 94: Scott Inman
District 95: Michael Walker
District 96: Dianne Hunter
District 97: Mike Shelton
District 99: Anastasia Pittman
District 100: James Baggett
District 101: Donnie Lewis

Originally posted to poptman on Sat Jun 28, 2008 at 01:17 PM PDT.

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