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Oklahoma Election Results: 2022 Primary Elections in Oklahoma

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Oklahomans went to the polls to cast their votes in the state's primary Tuesday.Below is a look at some of the key races in Oklahoma and their results.Governor's RacesIncumbent Kevin Stitt and Joy Hofmeister won their respective primaries for Oklahoma governor. Both races were called fairly early, a little more than an hour after polls closed.Stitt seeks to win a second term as Oklahoma's governor. Hofmeister, who currently serves as Oklahoma's superintendent of public instruction, switched to the Democratic party to possibly run against Stitt.The two will now face off in November. Independent Ervin Yen, an Oklahoma City anesthesiologist and former Republican state senator, and Libertarian Natalie Bruno of Edmond also will be on the November ballot.Click here for results. U.S. Senate RacesU.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe surprised the Oklahoma political world when he announced earlier this year that he was retiring.His retirement is effective Jan. 3, 2023, meaning someone will need to take his Senate seat.U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin and former Oklahoma Speaker of the House T.W. Shannon advanced to a runoff election that will be held on Aug. 23. Click here for results. Incumbent James Lankford won his primary for one of Oklahoma's two U.S. Senate seats.Lankford defeated challengers Jackson Lahmeyer and Joan Farr. Click here for results.Democratic voters will choose between Arya Azma, Dennis Baker, Jason Billinger, Jo Glenn, Madison Horn and Brandon Wade. Horn has already garnered enough votes to advance to a runoff election in August. Click here for results. U.S. House RacesMany of the races of Oklahoma's Congressional Districts have been called. Here's a look at some of the results.U.S. House District 2 - Republican Avery Frix has won the primary election for Oklahoma's second congressional district.Click here for results.U.S. House District 3 - RepublicanIncumbent Frank Lucas defeated challengers Wade Burleson and Stephen Butler for Oklahoma's Third Congressional District.Click here for results.U.S. House District 4 - RepublicanIncumbent Tom Cole was declared the winner of his primary, defeating challengers Frank Blacke and James Taylor.Click here for results.U.S. House District 5 - RepublicanThe Associated Press declared incumbent Rep. Stephanie Bice as the winner of her race. She defeated challenger Subrina Banks.Click here for results. Attorney General - Republican Oklahoma Attorney General John O'Connor conceded his race to Gentner Drummond.Click here for results. New Oklahoma County Jail and Mental Health FacilityOklahoma County voters approved a $260 million bond proposal to fund a new jail and mental health facility. Oklahoma County commissioners say the bond will not raise residents' taxes but renew an expiring bond approved in 2008.Click here for results. Full Election ResultsAlong with the various races listed above, Oklahomans will vote on state House and Senate races as well as propositions for individual counties.View the full election results below.Can't see the results? Click here!

Oklahomans went to the polls to cast their votes in the state's primary Tuesday.

Below is a look at some of the key races in Oklahoma and their results.

Governor's Races

Incumbent Kevin Stitt and Joy Hofmeister won their respective primaries for Oklahoma governor.

Both races were called fairly early, a little more than an hour after polls closed.

Stitt seeks to win a second term as Oklahoma's governor. Hofmeister, who currently serves as Oklahoma's superintendent of public instruction, switched to the Democratic party to possibly run against Stitt.

The two will now face off in November. Independent Ervin Yen, an Oklahoma City anesthesiologist and former Republican state senator, and Libertarian Natalie Bruno of Edmond also will be on the November ballot.

Click here for results.

U.S. Senate Races

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe surprised the Oklahoma political world when he announced earlier this year that he was retiring.

His retirement is effective Jan. 3, 2023, meaning someone will need to take his Senate seat.

U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin and former Oklahoma Speaker of the House T.W. Shannon advanced to a runoff election that will be held on Aug. 23. Click here for results.

Incumbent James Lankford won his primary for one of Oklahoma's two U.S. Senate seats.

Lankford defeated challengers Jackson Lahmeyer and Joan Farr. Click here for results.

Democratic voters will choose between Arya Azma, Dennis Baker, Jason Billinger, Jo Glenn, Madison Horn and Brandon Wade. Horn has already garnered enough votes to advance to a runoff election in August. Click here for results.

U.S. House Races

Many of the races of Oklahoma's Congressional Districts have been called. Here's a look at some of the results.

U.S. House District 2 - Republican

Avery Frix has won the primary election for Oklahoma's second congressional district.

Click here for results.

U.S. House District 3 - Republican

Incumbent Frank Lucas defeated challengers Wade Burleson and Stephen Butler for Oklahoma's Third Congressional District.

Click here for results.

U.S. House District 4 - Republican

Incumbent Tom Cole was declared the winner of his primary, defeating challengers Frank Blacke and James Taylor.

Click here for results.

U.S. House District 5 - Republican

The Associated Press declared incumbent Rep. Stephanie Bice as the winner of her race. She defeated challenger Subrina Banks.

Click here for results.

Attorney General - Republican

Oklahoma Attorney General John O'Connor conceded his race to Gentner Drummond.

Click here for results.

New Oklahoma County Jail and Mental Health Facility

Oklahoma County voters approved a $260 million bond proposal to fund a new jail and mental health facility. Oklahoma County commissioners say the bond will not raise residents' taxes but renew an expiring bond approved in 2008.

Click here for results.

Full Election Results

Along with the various races listed above, Oklahomans will vote on state House and Senate races as well as propositions for individual counties.

View the full election results below.

Can't see the results? Click here!

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