TULSA, Okla. — Several key races are headed to an August runoff election after voters headed to the polls Tuesday for Oklahoma's primary election which will narrow down multiple key races for November.
UPDATE, 10:33 p.m.: Gentner Drummond narrowly defeated John O'Connor to win the nomination for Oklahoma Attorney General.
UPDATE, 9:54 p.m.: Ryan Walters, April Grace advance to Republican runoff election for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
UPDATE, 9:22 p.m.: Avery Frix and Josh Brecheen advance to Republican runoff for Oklahoma's U.S. House District 2.
UPDATE, 9:16 p.m.: Markwayne Mullin advances to August runoff election against T.W. Shannon in the Republican race for retiring U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe's seat.
UPDATE, 9:07 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas wins Republican nomination to defend third congressional district seat in November.
UPDATE, 8:32 p.m.: Madison Horn advances to August runoff for Democratic bid in race for U.S. Sen. James Lankford's seat.
UPDATE, 8:24 p.m.: Joy Hofmeister wins Democratic nomination for Oklahoma governor race.
UPDATE, 8:12 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Stephanie Bice wins Republican nomination for Oklahoma's 5th congressional district.
UPDATE, 7:51 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Tom Cole (OK District 4) wins Republican race for reelection.
UPDATE, 7:27 p.m.: Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt wins Republican bid for 2022 reelection campaign.
UPDATE, 7:20 p.m.: U.S. Sen. James Lankford wins Republican nomination for his Senate seat.
UPDATE, 7:00 p.m.: Polls close in Oklahoma. TRACK live results here.
UPDATE, 4:16 p.m.: A Rogers County poll worker said voters showed out Tuesday, with more than 600 coming to their two precincts at the Rogers County Building in Claremore before 4 p.m.
UPDATE, 8:48 a.m.: A fire broke out at a precinct in McAlester, forcing voters later Tuesday to instead go to the Pittsburg County Election Board. Officials say between 5:30 and 6 a.m., a poll worker arrived at the Assembly of God Church and found the building engulfed in flames.
UPDATE, 7:00 a.m.: Polls open at precincts across Oklahoma.
Several voters headed to new precincts for the first time after redistricting placed their neighborhoods in different districts.
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