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Kay County ballot items for Aug. 28 primary runoff election

Ponca City Now - August 24, 2018 10:47 am

Notice to registered Independent (no party) voters: The Democratic Party has opted to allow Independent voters to vote in its Primary and Runoff elections in 2018 and 2019. No other recognized political party opted to allow Independent voters to vote in Primary or Runoff elections. Independent voters can view sample ballots on the Online Voter Tool for all elections in which they are eligible to vote, including Democratic Primaries.

Voters can see their sample ballots and get other election information by using the Oklahoma State Election Board’s Online Voter Tool at https://online voter tool

Following are the candidates and issues that Kay County voters will find on their ballots for the Aug. 28 primary runoff election:

KAY

STATE OFFICERS

 

GOVERNOR – LIBERTARIAN
CHRIS POWELL
REX L LAWHORN

 

GOVERNOR – REPUBLICAN
MICK CORNETT
KEVIN STITT

 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR – REPUBLICAN
DANA MURPHY
MATT PINNELL

 

STATE AUDITOR AND INSPECTOR – REPUBLICAN
CINDY BYRD
CHARLIE PRATER

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL – REPUBLICAN
MIKE HUNTER
GENTNER DRUMMOND

 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION – REPUBLICAN
JOY HOFMEISTER
LINDA MURPHY

 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR – REPUBLICAN
CATHY COSTELLO
LESLIE OSBORN

 

CORPORATION COMMISSIONER – DEMOCRAT
ASHLEY NICOLE McCRAY
BLAKE CUMMINGS

 

CORPORATION COMMISSIONER – REPUBLICAN
BOB ANTHONY
BRIAN BINGMAN

LEGISLATIVE, DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS

 

STATE SENATOR – DISTRICT 10 – REPUBLICAN
BILL COLEMAN
AMBER ROBERTS

 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 38 – REPUBLICAN
JOHN PFEIFFER
BRIAN HOBBS

 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3 – REPUBLICAN
PAUL BUTCH SKIDMORE
JOHN WILSON

CITY OF NEWKIRK
PROPOSITION

KILDARE PUBLIC SCHOOL
PROPOSITION

 

 

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