Not Even A Dead Heat

from Unusual Election Archives: The Library of Congress

The Oklahoma Supreme Court in December 1990 upheld the landslide victory by incumbent Frank Ogden III (91 percent) over Josh Evans. Evans had run on a campaign of being an ``able lawyer and a living person,'' which he thought gave him an advantage over Ogden, who had died three months before the election.

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