Here are your top stories in Green Country at 5:30 p.m.
Voters in several precincts discovered issues when they showed up to fill out their ballot.
The Tulsa election board tells us ballots for precinct 91 near 56th and memorial were delivered to the wrong location.
A handful of people left without voting but the board says they returned later. The problem was taken care of in about 20 minutes.
And at Will Rogers Methodist Church the doors were locked for several hours.
Voters had to cast their ballots from the trunk's of vehicles near 11th and Yale. They were able to open the doors around 9 a.m.
Poll workers say 154 people voted outside at those vehicles before they were able to move inside. Polls close at 7 tonight.
A democratic candidate for U.S. congress in Oklahoma is apologizing for sabotage.
Retired college professor Tom Guild removed his opponent's yard signs. And now, he's admitting it was a mistake.
He released a statement after video of him taking the signs was posted on social media over the weekend.
Guild is one of six democrats running in the fifth congressional district.
Republican Steve Russell currently holds the seat.
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