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Election Day 2014: Oklahoma voters go to the polls today

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma voters are heading to the polls for today’s General Election.

The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. today.

A lot of key races will be decide today, but the one that most people will be watching is the gubernatorial race.

Governor Mary Fallin is trying to win a second term in office against Democratic challenger, Joe Dorman.

Republican Joy Hofmeister will go against Democrat John Cox to replace Janet Barresi for State School Superintendent.

Also, Tom Coburn is giving up his seat in the U.S. Senate.

Republican James Lankford hopes to win that spot.

He’s going up against Connie Johnson, a Democrat and state lawmaker.

Click here to read more about the races and what’s on the ballot.

KFOR will have complete coverage of the election and all the races.

Click here forĀ up-to-the-minute election results