With education being at the forefront of the state's midterm elections, one of the most closely-watched races was that of state superintendent.
Joy Hofmeister was reelected after facing off with Democrat John Cox.
It was a familiar scene for them both, as they squared off in 2014 for the school superintendent vote.
Hofmeister spent some of her time Tuesday with volunteers, campaigning on the streets of Oklahoma before polls close.
She waved signs at the corner of Broadway and 33rd Street.
Some volunteers campaigning for Oklahoma Superintendent @joy4ok in a last push before voting closes in three hours. Corner of 33rd and Broadway in Edmond. #Oklahoma #Election2018 @KJRH2HD pic.twitter.com/IJTzjNwQuP
— Gitzel Puente (@gitzelpuenteTV) November 6, 2018
Cox is currently the superintendent of Peggs Public School, a rural district in northeastern Oklahoma, and has been for the last 25 years.
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