Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Getting Ready to Vote

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Getting Ready to Vote

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As most everyone knows, this is an election year in Oklahoma. Wednesday marked the end of the prescribed, three-day filing period for office seekers.

All 101 state representative seats are on the ballot, along with half of the 48 member state Senate offices. Of course, governor, lieutenant governor, all five congressional positions, one U.S. Senate slot, and half of all county offices are all to be contested this fall.

Primary elections will be held Aug. 27. Runoff elections are Sept. 17 and the general election is Nov. 5. There will certainly be plenty of ballot items for voters to decide this year.

Of particular interest to Oklahoma County voters is the change in precinct numbers and voting locations effective this fall. According to county Election Board Secretary Doug Sanderson, all precinct numbers and most polling locations are changing to reflect new congressional, state senate, state house, judicial and county commissioner boundary lines in Oklahoma County. …

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