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Rep. Frank D. Lucas (R-Okla.)

District: 3rd District
Political Highlights: Republican nominee for Okla. House, 1984; Republican nominee for Okla. House, 1986; Okla. House, 1989-94; U.S. House of Representatives, 1994-present
Born: Jan. 6, 1960; Cheyenne, Okla.
Residence: Cheyenne
Religion: Baptist
Family: Wife, Lynda Lucas; three children
Education: Oklahoma State U., B.S. 1982
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1994 (11th full term)
Committee Assignments: Agriculture (Commodity Exchanges, Energy & Credit; Conservation & Forestry; General Farm Commodities & Risk Management); Financial Services (Financial Institutions & Consumer Credit; Monetary Policy & Trade); Science, Space & Technology (Research and Technology; Space)

Election History
2014generalFrank Lucas (R) 133,33578.6
Frankie Robbins (D) 36,27021.4
2012generalFrank Lucas (R) 201,74475.3
Timothy Murray (D) 53,47220.0
William Sanders (I) 12,7874.8
2010generalFrank Lucas (R) 161,92778.0
Frankie Robbins (D) 45,68922.0
2008generalFrank Lucas (R) 184,30669.7
Frankie Robbins (D) 62,29723.6
Forrest Michael (I) 17,7566.7
2006generalFrank Lucas (R) 128,04267.5
Sue Barton (D) 61,74932.5
2004generalFrank Lucas (R) 215,51082.2
Gregory Wilson (I) 46,62117.8
2002generalFrank Lucas (R) 148,20675.6
Robert Murphy (LIBERT) 47,88424.4
2000generalFrank Lucas (R) 95,63559.3
Randy Beutler (D) 63,10639.2
Joseph Cristiano (LIBERT) 2,4351.5
1998generalFrank Lucas (R) 85,26165.0
Paul Barby (D) 43,55533.2
Ralph Finkle (I) 2,4551.9
1996generalFrank Lucas (R) 113,49963.9
Paul Barby (D) 64,17336.1
1994generalFrank Lucas (R) 106,96170.2
Jeffrey Tollett (D) 45,39929.8
1994specialFrank Lucas (R) 71,35454.2
Dan Webber (D) 60,41145.8
Roll Call Vitals


Oklahoma is 38th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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