Oklahoma’s 57th Legislature entered its second session on Monday, facing a relatively flat budget and, for many, the need to think about their re-election prospects.

Fifty-six House members and 10 senators elected in 2018 now have some experience under their belts.

Republicans still hold large majorities in both chambers, with GOP legislators outnumbering Democrats 77-23 in the House and 38-9 in the Senate. One vacancy each in the House and Senate – formerly held by Rep. Shane Stone, D-Oklahoma City, and Sen. Jason Smalley, R-Stroud – will not be filled until the Nov. 3 general election.

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