Former State Sen. Kim David celebrated her Corporation Commission victory Wednesday and now has 9 weeks to prepare to assume office in January 2023.
The final results were posted by the Oklahoma Election Board and showed that with 100% of the 1,984 precincts reporting, the Republican candidate received 63.50% of the statewide votes. She defeated Democrat Margaret Warigia Bowman and Independent Don Underwood.
Of the 1,136,106 votes cast in the statewide race, David received 721,425 votes.
David will take her oath of office on Jan. 9, 2023 along with other elected state leaders during an inauguration held at the state capitol.