The Attorney General’s race is too close to call as of 11 p.m.

10:55 p.m.: Voters approved a $260 million bond to fund a new Oklahoma County Detention Center.

Timothy Tardibono, Executive Director of the Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council, issued the following statement after the bond was approved by voters:

“I’m grateful the voters have decided to solve this three-decade old problem in our community. With their vote of support, Oklahoma County can start working on the next steps to make their vote a reality. We will do so with transparency, accountability, and human dignity in mind. I want to thank all the member ​agencies of CJAC and their staff that worked diligently to put this package together. The voters agreed with you and now our work continues to make our county justice system fairer and more effective. It’s so encouraging to live in a community that can take ownership of its problems and move forward to better community solutions. This work has not been easy so far and won’t be any easier in the coming weeks and months. However, the community has shown they are up to the task. Onward.”

Timothy Tardibono

9:25 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin won the most votes in the Republican Primary for Sen. Jim Inhofe’s vacated Senate seat. He will go into a runoff election, facing T.W. Shannon, who claimed the second most votes, according to the Associated Press.

9:15 p.m.: State Auditor Inspector Cindy Byrd won the Republican Primary for Oklahoma Auditor Inspector, according to the Associated Press.

9:10 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas won the Republican Primary for U.S. House District 3, according to the Associated Press.

9:05 p.m.: Oklahoma Superintendent Joy Hofmeister won the Democratic Primary for Oklahoma Governor, according to the Associated Press.

9 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Stephanie Bice gave the following speech after winning the Republican Primary for U.S. House District 5:

“It’s a great time to be a Republican right now. There’s a lot happening. A lot of really good things happening; 2022 is going to be a great year for Republicans.

But we must keep up the momentum and send a message to Joe Biden that America opposes the far-left agenda that is being pushed across this country right now.

As you all know, I flipped this seat from Democrat to Republican in 2020. And we must hold this seat and ensure that this district continues to be represented.

But also, we need to send a message across the country, that Republicans are going to take charge again. We are going to right the ship.

We have an inflation crisis, we have a border crisis, we have an energy crisis, and the Democrats are not interested in addressing any of those. So it’s time for Republicans to take charge. Take back the House and right the ship for the future of this generation and the generations to come.

I am honored to be your Congressman for the 5th district, and it is a great honor tonight to be renominated to continue the fight, to fight for our Conservative values, but the fight’s not over tonight. This fight will go into November and I need everyone’s support as we move to the General Election this fall.”

Rep. Stephanie Bice

8:55 p.m.: Sen. James Lankford gave a victory speech after his Republican Primary victory and said the following:

“We are one state, but our one state will make a difference this November, as Republicans are trying to retake the Senate of the United States.

Conservative values matter. That’s why we stand on those values, because we believe it helps every single person when they’re put into practice. Opportunity rises. People are able to rise. Families are able to rise. Parents are able to make decisions. Children are able to have opportunities even greater than their parents because we believe in these basic conservative principles that rise, we the people.”

Sen. James Lankford

8:35 p.m.: Madison Horn won the most votes in the Democratic Primary for the U.S. Senate seat occupied by Sen. James Lankford, according to the Associated Press. She will go into a runoff election.

8:25 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Stephanie Bice won the Republican Primary for U.S. House District 5, according to the Associated Press.

7:55 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Tom Cole won the Republican Primary for U.S. House District 4, according to the Associated Press.

7:30 p.m.: The Associated Press says Senator James Lankford won the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, and Gov. Kevin Stitt won the Republican nomination for Oklahoma Governor.

7:17 p.m. Early voting and absentee voting results released. See the early results here.

7:00 p.m. Polls closed.

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — Oklahomans headed to the polls Tuesday to decide races in the state’s primary elections and decide ballot measures.

ELECTION RESULTS: Complete list of Oklahoma election returns.