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7/20/2024 6:59:51 AM
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AP Choice Notes: What to anticipate in Oklahoma's state primaries


AP Choice Notes: What to anticipate in Oklahoma's state primaries


By MAYA SWEEDLER

Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP)-- Voters will decide nearly 60 objected to primaries for the U.S. House of Representatives and both chambers of the Oklahoma state legislature. The race to see Tuesday is the Republican primary in the state's 4th Congressional District, where 10-term incumbent Tom Cole has actually drawn a deep-pocketed challenger self-funding a long-shot campaign. If his oppositions jointly keep his assistance under 50%, Cole might face a runoff election. There are 2 other U.S. agents dealing with challengers. In the Tulsa-based 1st District, incumbent Kevin Hern will complete versus Paul Royse. And in the 3rd District, Frank Lucas has two oppositions.

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