- Election 2010
- 3 seek Woodward County Dist. 1 commission seat
- 4 seeking Alfalfa County District 3 commission seat
Trio seeking GOP Dist. 22 state Senate seat
Republicans Bob Barnett, Bob Bradway and Rob Johnson are vying for state Senate in District 22.
3 vie for Kingfisher County associate district judge
Dan Stake, a 50-year resident of Kingfisher; Canadian County Special District Judge Bob Davis; and Sarah Boeckman, Kingfisher attorney, are campaigning for associate district judge in Kingfisher County.
Three vie for Major County Dist. 3 county commissioner post
Incumbent Travis Rohla is facing two challengers — John Robison and Don Voth — in the Tuesday Republican primary election for his Major County District 3 commissioner seat.
Candidate challenges incumbent Woods County Commissioner
Incumbent Mike Goucher is being challenged by Gregory F. Scioli for the Woods County District 3 commissioner seat.
6 seek GOP nomination in Okla.’s 2nd District
U.S. Rep. Dan Boren is seeking a fourth term in Oklahoma’s traditionally Democratic 2nd District.
Major County Dist. 1 commissioner candidates set to face off on July 27
Incumbent John A. Haworth is running against Brandon T. Harmon and Justin A. DeHaas. The Republican winner will assume the post because no Democrat or independent filed for the office.
Brogdon, Fallin compete for top seat
State Sen. Randy Brogdon and U.S. Rep. Mary Fallin are the top contenders in a GOP primary field for state governor that includes Oklahoma City businessmen Roger Jackson and Robert Hubbard.
Dems Edmondson, Askins racing for nod
Lt. Gov. Jari Askins and Attorney General Drew Edmondson, two Democratic heavyweights, both with lengthy resumes of political success, are abandoning relatively safe seats and slugging it out to become the nominee in the race to replace term-limited Democratic Gov. Brad Henry.
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