32nd Oklahoma Legislature

The Thirty-second Oklahoma Legislature was a meeting of the legislative branch of the government of Oklahoma, composed of the Senate and the House of Representatives. State legislators elected in 1968 met at the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City for two regular sessions and one special session between January 7, 1969, and April 15, 1970, during the term of Governor Dewey F. Bartlett.[1]

32nd Oklahoma Legislature
Coat of arms or logo
Leadership
Finis Smith (D)
Rex Privett (D)
Term:
January 1969-January 1971
Composition:
Senate
38   10  
House
77   22  

Dates of sessionsEdit

  • First regular session: January 7-April 29, 1969[1]
  • Special session: July 1, 1971[1]
  • Second regular session: January 6-April 15, 1970[1]

Previous: 31st Legislature • Next: 33rd Legislature

Party compositionEdit

SenateEdit

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican
38 10 48
Voting share 79.2% 20.8%

House of RepresentativesEdit

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican
77 22 99
Voting share 77.8% 22.2%

LeadershipEdit

MembersEdit

SenateEdit

Name District Party Towns
William Fred Phelps 1 Dem Grove Jay, Miami
Clem McSpadden 2 Dem Claremore, Pryor
Robert Medearis 3 Dem Stillwell, Tahlequah
James Hamilton 4 Dem Poteau, Sallisaw
Jim Lane 5 Dem Atoka, Hugo, Idabel
John Massey 6 Dem Durant
Gene Stipe 7 Dem McAlester
Tom Payne 8 Dem Okmulgee, Henryetta
John Luton 9 Dem Muskogee
Raymond Horn 10 Dem Barnsdall, Fairfax, Pawhuskee
Allen Nichols 10 Dem Wewoka
John Young 12 Dem Bristow, Sapulpa
George Miller 13 Dem Ada
Ernest Martin 14 Dem Ardmore
Glen Ham 15 Dem Norman
Phil Smalley 16 Dem Lexington, Norman
Ralph Graves 17 Dem Shawnee
Donald Ferrell 18 Rep Chandler, Seminole
Richard Romang 19 Rep Enid
Roy Grantham 20 Dem Ponca City, Tonkawa
Robert Murphy 21 Dem Stillwater
Roy C. Boecher 22 Rep Stillwater
Don Baldwin 23 Dem Chickasha
Wayne Holden 24 Dem Duncan
Herschel Crow 25 Dem Altus
Byron Dacus 26 Dem Elk City
Ed Berrong 27 Dem Weatherford
G. O. Williams 28 Rep Woodward, Oklahoma
Denzil Garrison 29 Rep Bartlesville
Leon B. Field 30 Dem Guymon, Texhoma
Paul Taliaferro 31 Dem Lawton
Al Terrill 32 Dem Lawton
Ed Bradley 33 Dem Tulsa
George Hargrave Jr. 34 Dem Tulsa
Jim Inhofe 35 Rep Tulsa
Gene C. Howard 36 Dem Tulsa
Finis Smith 37 Dem Tulsa
Peyton Breckinridge 38 Rep Tulsa
Joseph McGraw 39 Dem Tulsa
Richard D. Stansberry 40 Rep Oklahoma City
Bryce Baggett 41 Dem Edmond, Oklahoma City
H. B. Atkinson 42 Dem Midwest City
John Garrett 43 Dem Del City, Oklahoma City
J. Lee Keels 44 Dem Oklahoma City
Jimmy Birdson 45 Dem Oklahoma City
Jack Short 46 Rep Oklahoma City
John R. McCune 40 Rep Oklahoma City
E. Melvin Porter 48 Dem Oklahoma City
  • Table based on 2005 Oklahoma Almanac.[3]

House of RepresentativesEdit

Name District Party County
Mike Murphy 1 Dem McCurtain
Ray Fine 2 Dem LeFlore, Sequoyah
Mike Sullivan 3 Dem LeFlore
William Willis 4 Dem Adair, Cherokee
Wiley Sparkman 5 Dem Adair, Delaware
J. D. Witt 6 Dem Craig, Ottawa
Joseph Mountford 7 Dem Ottawa
J. D. Whorton 8 Rep Mayes, Rogers
Bill Briscoe 9 Dem Nowata, Rogers
James Connor 10 Rep Washington
Charles Doornbos 11 Rep Washington
Vol Howard Odom 12 Dem Muskogee, Wagoner
Jim Barker 13 Dem Muskogee
John L. Monks 14 Dem Muskogee
Martin Odom 15 Dem McIntosh, Okmulgee
Ed Cole 16 Dem Okmulgee
William G. Jones 17 Dem Haskell, Latimer, Pittsburg
William Skeith 18 Dem Pittsburg
Wayne Sanguin 19 Dem Choctaw, Pushmataha
Gary Payne 20 Dem Atoka, Bryan, Love, Marshall
Pauline Tabor 21 Dem Bryan
Kenneth Converse 22 Dem Garvin, Johnston, Murray
Charles Vann 23 Dem Garvin
Hugh Sandlin 24 Dem Coal, Hughes, Pontotoc
Lonnie Abbott 25 Dem Pontotoc
John Levergood 26 Dem Pottawatomie
James Townsend 27 Dem Pottawatomi, Seminole
David L. Boren 28 Dem Seminole
Lou Stockton Allard 29 Dem Okfuskee, Creek
Heber Finch Jr. 30 Dem Creek
Donald Coffin 31 Dem Noble, Logan
Barbour Cox 32 Dem Lincoln, Logan
Allen Williamson 33 Dem Payne
Jake Hesser 34 Dem Payne
Rex Privett 35 Dem Osage, Pawnee
Lewis Bean 36 Dem Osage
Jerry Peterson 37 Dem Kay
Brian Conaghan 38 Rep Kay
Lynn Thornhill 39 Rep Alfalfa, Grant, Major
Thomas Rogers Jr. 40 Dem Garfield
Harold Hunter 41 Rep Garfield
William Gooden 42 Rep Kingfisher, Blaine
Anna Belle Wiedemann 43 Dem Canadian
Lee Byron Cate 44 Dem Cleveland
Leland Wolf 45 Dem Cleveland
Norman A. Smith 46 Dem Grady, McClain
Spencer Bernard 47 Dem Grady
Harry Bickford 48 Dem Carter
Bill Bradley 49 Dem Carter, Jefferson
William Tarwater 50 Dem Stephens
Vernon Dunn 51 Dem Cotton, Stephens
Larry Derryberry 52 Dem Jackson
Frank Patterson 53 Dem Jackson, Tillman
David Hutchens 54 Dem Greer, Kiowa
Don Greenhaw 55 Dem Caddo, Washita
Robert Goodfellow 56 Dem Caddo
David Stratton 57 Dem Custer
Lewis Kamas 58 Rep Woods, Woodward
Jack Harrison 59 Dem Dewey, Ellis, Harper, Roger Mills
Carl Robertson 60 Dem Beckham, Harmon
Marvin McKee 61 Dem Beaver, Cimarron, Texas
Donald Beauchamp 62 Dem Comanche
D. D. Raibourn 63 Dem Comanche
Jack Lindstrom 64 Dem Comanche
Fred Ferrell Jr. 65 Dem Comanche
Clyde Browers 66 Dem Tulsa
Douglas Wixson 67 Rep Tulsa
Robert Hopkins 68 Dem Tulsa
Joe Musgrave 69 Rep Tulsa
Richard Hancock 70 Rep Tulsa
Warren Green 71 Rep Tulsa
John McCune 72 Dem Tulsa
Ben Hill 73 Dem Tulsa
Jerry Hargrave 74 Dem Tulsa
Roger Smithey 75 Dem Tulsa
Stephen Wolfe 76 Rep Tulsa
William Poulos 77 Dem Tulsa
Howard Williams 78 Rep Tulsa
Leslie Guy Ferguson 79 Rep Tulsa
Charles Ford 80 Rep Tulsa
C. Spearman Jr. 81 Dem Oklahoma
Bill Holaday 82 Rep Oklahoma
Ralph Thompson 83 Rep Oklahoma
Texanna Hatchett 84 Rep Oklahoma
George Camp 85 Rep Oklahoma
Thomas Taggart 86 Rep Oklahoma
Denton Howard 87 Rep Oklahoma
Red Andrews 88 Dem Oklahoma
L. Bengtson Jr. 89 Dem Oklahoma
Thomas Bamberger 90 Dem Oklahoma
Kenneth R. Nance 91 Dem Oklahoma
Marvin York 92 Dem Oklahoma
E. W. Smith 93 Dem Oklahoma
Ray Trent 94 Dem Oklahoma
A. J. Clemons 95 Dem Oklahoma
John Miskelly 96 Dem Oklahoma
Hannah Atkins 97 Dem Oklahoma
Visanio John 98 Dem Oklahoma
Archibald Hill Jr. 99 Dem Oklahoma
  • Table based on database of historic members.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h A Century to Remember Archived September 10, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, Oklahoma House of Representatives Archived June 22, 2013, at the Wayback Machine (accessed July 29, 2013)
  2. ^ History of the Lieutenant Governor's Office (accessed June 16, 2013)
  3. ^ 2005 Oklahoma Almanac (accessed June 28, 2013)
  4. ^ Historic Members Archived 2013-06-22 at WebCite, Okhouse.gov (accessed July 10, 2013)