3:55 pm
Wed November 7, 2012

Election 2012: State Senate Results (OK/TX)

Results of State Senate races in the KCCU broadcast area for the November 6, 2012 general election (winners in CAPS):


District 13

SUSAN PADDACK (DEM) 19,808 75.9%

Fred E. Smith (REP) 6,306 24.1%

District 27

A. BRYCE MARLATT (REP) 23,188 84.5%

Tommy W. Nicholson (IND) 4,260 15.5%

District 31

Tony Terrill (DEM) 7,503 32.2%

DON BARRINGTON (REP) 15,797 67.8%

District 43

Mike Fullerton (DEM) 8,714 29.3%

COREY BROOKS (REP) 21,009 70.7%


District 28

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3:45 pm
Wed November 7, 2012

Election 2012: US House & Senate Results

Results of races for the US House of Representatives and US Senate in the KCCU broadcast area for the November 6, 2012 general election (winners in CAPS):


District 2

Rob Wallace (DEM) 95,931 38.3%

MARKWAYNE MULLIN (REP) 143,517 57.3%

Michael G. Fulks (IND) 10,809 4.3%

District 3

Timothy Ray Murray (DEM) 53,295 20.0%

FRANK D. LUCAS (REP) 200,963 75.3%

William M. Sanders (IND) 12,746 4.8%

District 4

Donna Marie Bebo (DEM) 71,755 27.6%

TOM COLE (REP) 176,561 67.9%

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10:52 am
Fri November 2, 2012

KCCU Presents Election Night 2012

KCCU will present special election coverage on Tuesday, November 6. Your Public Radio Station will provide local coverage live from the KCCU studios, with results from local races within the broadcast area, in-studio guests discussing those races, and live reports from around the area. There will also be statewide reports, as well as NPR's coverage of the presidential election and other contests of national importance. Our coverage will begin at 8:00, and we hope you'll join us!

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12:09 pm
Tue October 30, 2012

Daughter of Dawn Premiere

The Daughter of Dawn is a silent film made in Oklahoma in the early 1900's. The film was lost for 80 years, but the Oklahoma Historical Society has restored the film. Mitch Watson reports the premiere attracted a large audience.

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3:31 pm
Mon October 22, 2012

A Conversation with Fred Harris

Former US Senator Fred Harris was recently in Lawton to speak to the Comanche County Democratic Party and stopped by the KCCU studios to discuss national politics.