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Murphey wins fourth term in a landslide

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State Reprenstative Jason Murphey

State Representative Jason Murphey

With no Democrat or Independent opponent in the race for the District 31 State Representative, Jason Murphey is now preparing for his fourth term after a convincing win in the primary election.

Murphey (R-Guthrie) collected nearly 83 percent of the vote over challenger Andrew Muchmore.

Officially, Murphey finished with 3,621 total votes or 82.9 percent compared to Muchmore’s 747 votes for 17.1 percent. The results will be certified by the state on Friday.

In the 13 Logan County precincts, Murphey ran away with 2,978 votes at 81.9 percent.

Murphey, the House vice chairman of the Conference Committee on General Government, was first elected to the House in 2006.

  1. June 29, 2014 at 10:09 am

    Jason is the only one one that Will stand for what’s right let’s get behind to fix the problems roads taxes etc.

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