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Oklahoma primary election happens Tuesday

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LAWTON, Okla._Tuesday marks the official date for the Oklahoma primaries.

Early voting has already started around the state but the official day is Tuesday, June 24. Registered voters will be able to vote along their party lines if more than one candidate exists. If none of the candidates receive more than 50 percent of the votes then the top two candidates will advance to a run-off election on August 26. The top candidate from each party will advance to the general election on November 4.

In addition to state government and federal government seats, a number of local elections and city and county propositions will also be on the June 24 ballot.

To see a copy of your sample ballot, visit the Oklahoma State Election Board and fill out your name and date of birth. You can visit the site by clicking here.

 

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