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DECISION 2020: updates on August 25 elections

Posted at 4:09 AM, Aug 25, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-26 09:58:55-04

TULSA, Okla. — The results are in!

Voters chose G.T. Bynum to lead the City of Tulsa for another four years. The incumbent mayor won re-election Tuesday night with 52% of the vote.

Bynum beat six challengers, including Greg Robinson, who also had a strong showing with over 28% of the vote.

Seven city council seats in Tulsa also held elections-- four councilors won and three races are going to a runoff election.

District 6 - Incumbent Connie Dodson and Christian Bengel
District 5- Incumbent Cass Fahler and Mykey Arthrell
District 7- Incumbent Lori Decter Wright and Justin Van Kirk

The runoff election is Nov. 3rd.

Tulsans also approved all five propositions on the ballot--- details on those propositions.

It's election day in Green Country! Polls are open today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Masks are not required by the State, but are strongly recommended.

2 Works for You is covering the elections throughout the day until the polls close at 7 p.m. We'll send push alerts for any developments as Green Country heads to the polls. Make sure to download our app to stay up-to-date on, our app, Facebook or your streaming device. DOWNLOAD the KJRH app on your streaming device to stay up-to-date on all platforms

What's up for vote today?

  • Tulsa are voting for their next mayor and multiple city council member elections. The candidates running for mayor of Tulsa took part in a virtual forum to give voters a chance to hear from them on the issues. To WATCH the forum in full ---> CLICK HERE.
  • Tulsa city councilors approved five measures to appear on the ballot for the Aug. 25 election. To read up on the five approved measures ---> CLICK HERE.
  • Oklahomans are voting on the Runoff primary election and special county elections.

Trying to decide who you'd want to be the next mayor? Hear what the candidates have to say on several issues ---> CLICK HERE

Interested in checking your voting status?---> CLICK HERE.

Need to know where you go to vote? ---> CLICK HERE

Need a ride to your polling location? Tulsa Voter Van is offering free rides ---> CLICK HERE

LIVE BLOG: Continue to check back throughout the day as we provide up-to-date information in this live blog.

11 a.m.

Interested in checking to see if the election board received your absentee ballot and if it's been counted?

CLICK HERE to check on the status of your absentee ballot.

7 a.m.

Polls are now open across Green Country!

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