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Governor of Oklahoma

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Governor of Oklahoma.

For governors prior to statehood, see Governor of Oklahoma Territory.

16-Nov-1907
9-Jan-1911
Charles N. Haskell Democrat
9-Jan-1911
11-Jan-1915
Lee Cruce Democrat
11-Jan-1915
13-Jan-1919
Robert L. Williams Democrat
13-Jan-1919
8-Jan-1923
J. B. A. Robertson Democrat
8-Jan-1923
19-Nov-1923
Jack Walton Democrat
19-Nov-1923
10-Jan-1927
Martin E. Trapp Democrat
10-Jan-1927
20-Mar-1929
Henry S. Johnston Democrat
20-Mar-1929
1-Jan-1931
William J. Holloway Democrat
1-Jan-1931
14-Jan-1935
William H. Murray Democrat
14-Jan-1935
9-Jan-1939
E. W. Marland Democrat
9-Jan-1939
11-Jan-1943
Leon C. Phillips Democrat
11-Jan-1943
13-Jan-1947
Robert S. Kerr Democrat
13-Jan-1947
8-Jan-1951
Roy J. Turner Democrat
8-Jan-1951
10-Jan-1955
Johnston Murray Democrat
10-Jan-1955
12-Jan-1959
Raymond D. Gary Democrat
12-Jan-1959
6-Jan-1963
J. Howard Edmondson Democrat
6-Jan-1963
14-Jan-1963
George Nigh (1st time) Democrat
14-Jan-1963
9-Jan-1967
Henry Bellmon (1st time) Republican
9-Jan-1967
11-Jan-1971
Dewey F. Bartlett Republican
11-Jan-1971
13-Jan-1975
David Hall Democrat
13-Jan-1975
3-Jan-1979
David L. Boren Democrat
3-Jan-1979
12-Jan-1987
George Nigh (2nd time) Democrat
12-Jan-1987
14-Jan-1991
Henry Bellmon (2nd time) Republican
14-Jan-1991
9-Jan-1995
David Walters Democrat
9-Jan-1995
13-Jan-2003
Frank Keating Republican
13-Jan-2003
10-Jan-2011
Brad Henry Democrat
10-Jan-2011
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Mary Fallin Republican



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