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June primary election results are in

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LAWTON, Okla._Results are in for the 2014 June primaries.

Mary Fallin received a large majority of the votes and will proceed to the general election for Oklahoma governor.

Jim Inhofe took a staggering majority of the vote, 88%, and will move on to the general election in an attempt to retain his Senate seat.

Republican James Lankford beat out T.W. Shannon and will go on to the general election for the open Senate seat. His opponents, Connie Johnson and Jim Rogers, will face each other in a run off election before the winner of that race will go head to head with Lankford in November.

Lawton City Council Ward 6 will be decided in a run off election between Sean Fortenbaugh and Cherry Phillips. Stanley Haywood will continue to hold his position as Ward 7 councilman and Doug Wells will continue to hold his position as the Ward 8 councilman.

The city of Lawton proposition to continue using CenterPoint Energy of Oklahoma for an additional 25 years has been approved with 74% of the vote.

Gail Turner will go on to the general election in November for Comanche County Commissioner for District 1. Don Hawthorne has held onto his seat as Comanche County Commissioner for District 3.

Grant Edwards defeated Richard Strickland for the Republican candidacy for Comanche County Assessor and will move on to the general election in November.

Voters have passed a Comanche County tax proposal which will increase sales tax by an additional 1/8 cent and continued two other 1/8 cent sales taxes. The continued and added sales tax will help fund the county jail, economic development, and volunteer fire departments. That tax is a total of 3/8 of a cent.

John Montgomery, House District 62; Jeff Coody, House District 63; and Scott Hayes, House District 65 will all represent the Republican Party in the general election for their respective seats. Juan Rodriguez will represent the Democratic Party for House District 63.

Edward Eschiti will keep his position of Cotton County Commissioner for District 1.

Marty Clinton defeated Norman Pruitt and will continue to be the Jackson County Commissioner for District 1.

Brent York and Bobby Giddens will advance to the run off election for the position of Greer County Commissioner of District 1. Greer County residents also voted to pass two different propositions.

Matthew Smith defeated Paul Duggins in the race for Tillman County Assessor.

Dana Cox received two more votes than Elizabeth Jones and will go to the general election in November for the position of Harmon County Treasurer.

John Cox and Freda Deskin will face off in a run off election for the Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction, the winner will then go to the general election and run against Joy Hofmeister who won the Republican nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Hofmeister received more votes than Brian Kelly and Janet Barresi combined.

Todd Hiett took the majority of votes for Corporation Commissioner. John Doak easily beat out Bill Viner for the position of Insurance Commissioner. They are both running unopposed and have effectively won the race.

Frank Lucas will advance to the general election for US House District 3. Likewise Democrat Bert Smith and Republican Tom Cole, who both took an immense majority of the votes, will face off against each other for the US House District 4 seat.

 A full list of the outcomes can be found here.

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