Oklahoma Decides: 2016 Primary Election Runoff

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OKLAHOMA – Several primary runoff elections are scheduled for Oklahoma today.

The purpose of the runoff is to select party nominees for the various federal, statewide and state legislative offices on the ballot.

The complete list of offices to be filled in 2016 may be found here. A complete list of races and candidates on the ballot for the Runoff Primary Election can be found here.

No State Questions are scheduled to appear on the Runoff Primary Election ballot.

Only voters who are registered as Republicans may receive ballots for the Republican Runoff Primary Election.

However, the Oklahoma Democratic Party and the Oklahoma Libertarian Party have notified the State Election Board that they intend to allow voters registered as Independents (no party) to participate in their primary elections, including the Runoff Primary Election, in 2016 and 2017.

Registered voters may use the Online Voter Tool to determine their correct precinct and polling place location, or they may contact the County Election Board in their county of residence for that information.

Races in Oklahoma County include:

United States Representative, District 5 – Democratic Primary Runoff

  • Al McAffrey
  • Tom Guild

State Senator, District 41 – Republican Primary Runoff

  • Adam Pugh
  • Paul Blair

State Representative, District 85 – Republican Primary Runoff

  • Matt Jackson
  • Robyn Matthews

State Representative, District 97 – Democratic Primary Runoff

  • Jason Lowe
  • Chris Harrison

County Court Clerk – Republican Primary Runoff

  • Rick Warren
  • Linda Amick Dodson

County Clerk – Republican Primary Runoff

  • Carolynn Caudill
  • David B. Hooten

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

You can stay up-to-date with election results here.

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