Lucas re-elected to Congress

Ponca City Now - November 5, 2014 5:56 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Republican Rep. Frank Lucas has won re-election to an 11th term in Congress.

Lucas defeated Democrat Frankie Robbins in Tuesday’s election after easily dispatching two GOP challengers in the June primary.

Lucas is chairman of the powerful House Agricultural Committee. He has said he takes no race for granted, despite being heavily favored for re-election. He also has said he’s "very focused" on the 3rd District that includes much of the northwestern half of Oklahoma.

 

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