|By Jeff Kaley, Waurika News-Democrat, Okla.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
In the Democratic primary,
Runoffs will be held in two other Democratic primary elections in which county voters participated, after no candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote in multi-candidate races.
In the race to be the
Statewide, the other two candidates in that race,
In the Democratic primary for the unexpired term for U.S. Senator, there will be a runoff between top vote-getter
Rogers was the popular choice in
There will be no runoffs in any of the Republican primaries in which county voters participated. The winners in each
In a bid for re-election, incumbent Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction
There were seven Republican candidates in the primary for the unexpired term of U.S. Senator, with
The voting for that position in
Four challengers chose to take on incumbent U.S. Senator
Across the state, Inhofe drew 87.69 percent of the vote, with runner-up
There were also two winner-takes-all races in the Republican primary in which incumbents emerged with wins statewide and in
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