The 1924 United States Senate election in Oklahoma took place on November 4, 1924. Incumbent Democratic Senator Robert Latham Owen declined to run for re-election. In a crowded Democratic primary, impeached former Governor Jack C. Walton won the party's nomination with a narrow plurality. In the general election, he faced businessman William B. Pine, the Republican nominee. Though Democratic presidential nominee John W. Davis narrowly won the state over President Calvin Coolidge, Walton's unpopularity and controversy caused Democrats to lose the seat; Pine defeated Walton in a landslide.
- Jack C. Walton, former Governor of Oklahoma
- Everette B. Howard, U.S. Congressman from Oklahoma's 1st congressional district
- Thomas Gore, former U.S. Senator
- C. J. Wrightsman, member of the state board of regents
- S. P. Freeling, former Oklahoma Attorney General
|Democratic||Jack C. Walton||91,510||30.67%|
|Democratic||Everette B. Howard||83,922||28.13%|
|Democratic||C. J. Wrightsman||51,291||17.19%|
|Democratic||S. P. Freeling||15,384||5.16%|
- William B. Pine, businessman
- Eugene Lorton, editor of the Tulsa World
- Hugh Scott, commander of the soldiers' memorial hospital
- C. B. Leedy, State Senator
- B. G. Bingham
- John G. Lieber
|Republican||William B. Pine||60,129||55.75%|
|Republican||C. B. Leedy||3,273||3.03%|
|Republican||B. G. Bingham||3,153||2.92%|
|Republican||John G. Lieber||2,573||2.39%|
- George Wilson
- William L. Loe
|Farmer–Labor||William L. Loe||13||6.50%|
|Republican||William B. Pine||339,646||61.46%||+20.77%|
|Democratic||Jack C. Walton||196,417||35.54%||-19.92%|
|Independent||E. N. Bryant||516||0.09%||—|
|Independent||Thomas P. Hopley||237||0.04%||—|
|Republican gain from Democratic|
- "C. J. Wrightsman Endorsed". McCurtain Democrat. Idabel, Okla. March 20, 1924. p. 1. Retrieved June 15, 2021.
- Bradshaw, Roy D. (January 2, 1924). "U. S. Senatorial Race to Furnish Excitement for 1924". Oklahoma News. Oklahoma City, Okla. p. 2. Retrieved June 15, 2021.
- "1922-1926 Election Results" (PDF). Oklahoma State Election Board. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
- "Tulsa World Editor Files for Senator". Norman Transcript. Norman, Okla. June 9, 1924. p. 1. Retrieved June 15, 2021.
- "Eliminate Primary, Hugh Scott Urges". Daily Oklahoman. Oklahoma City, Okla. February 27, 1924. p. 1. Retrieved June 15, 2021.
- "Leedy Announces For U.S. Senate". Blackwell Journal-Tribune. Blackwell, Okla. March 15, 1924. p. 1. Retrieved June 15, 2021.