Oklahoma Election Guide for August 28, 2018

Elections are scheduled for Aug. 28 in every county across Oklahoma, so be sure to make your plan to vote that day. Voters who are registered as Democrats, Libertarians and Republicans will have ballots in every precinct; independents are allowed to vote on Democratic ballots, so they also can vote everywhere in the state.

Statewide Elections

The three major political parties all have statewide races to vote on in the Aug. 28 runoff. These races will appear on every party ballot statewide.

Democrats

  • Corporation commissioner

Libertarians

  • Governor

Republicans

Democrat ballots

In addition to the statewide races, Democratic voters in every county will narrow the field of candidates who will vie for seats in Congress and at the State Capitol. Democratic ballots are opened to registered Democrats and independents.

Adair County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • County commissioner

Atoka County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • County commissioner

Alfalfa County

Blaine County

Bryan County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Canadian County

  • U.S. Representative District 4
  • House District 41: Sara Peterson or Jennie Scott

Carter County

  • U.S. Representative District 4

Cherokee County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • County commissioner.
  • Tahlequah, two propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Oaks, board of trustees (nonpartisan)

Choctaw County

Cleveland County

  • U.S. Representative District 4
  • House District 53: Leslie Bonebreak or Cyndy Southerland
  • Purcell, two propositions (nonpartisan)

Coal County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • County commissioner, two seats

Comanche County

  • U.S. Representative District 4
  • Lawton, mayor and two council seats (nonpartisan)

Cotton County

  • U.S. Representative District 4

Craig County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Creek County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • House District 68: Angela Statum or Michael Ross
  • Paden Public Schools board seat (nonpartisan)

Custer County

Delaware County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • Grove, one proposition (nonpartisan)
  • Jay, two propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Oaks, board of trustees seat (nonpartisan)

Dewey County

Garfield County

  • House District 41: Sara Peterson or Jennie Scott

Garvin County

  • U.S. Representative District 4

Grady County

  • U.S. Representative District 4
  • County commissioner
  • Ninnekah Public Schools, two propositions. The $550,000 package includes repairs to the softball field lighting, remodeling the science lab, and other projects. (nonpartisan)

Harper County

  • Woodward Public Schools, three propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $3.5 million for auditorium renovations, technology, improvements to the ag farm, and other projects. Proposition 2 would raise $3.1 million for a new track, renovations to arts and consumer sciences facilities, and other projects. Proposition 3 would raise $400,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)

Haskell County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Hughes County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • County assessor
  • Holdenville Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $910,000 for a multipurpose building at the elementary school, along with security and technology equipment. Proposition 2 would raise $340,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)

Jefferson County

  • U.S. Representative District 4

Johnston County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Kay County

  • Kildare Public School, one proposition (nonpartisan)
  • Newkirk, one proposition (nonpartisan)

Kingfisher County

  • House District 41: Sara Peterson or Jennie Scott
  • County commissioner
  • Hennessey, two propositions (nonpartisan)

Latimer County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Le Flore County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • Poteau Public Schools, one proposition. The $14.6 million package would fund a new seventh- and eighth-grade center, a high school classroom that doubles as a safe room, and security upgrades. (nonpartisan)
  • Pocola Public Schools, one proposition to build a new elementary activity center. (nonpartisan)
  • Talihina board of trustees (nonpartisan)

Lincoln County

  • White Rock Public Schools, three propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $2 million for a classroom that doubles as a safe room. Proposition 2 would raise $700,000 for security upgrades, roof repairs and other projects. Proposition 3 would raise $240,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)
  • Paden Public Schools board member. (nonpartisan)

Love County

  • U.S. Representative District 4
  • County commissioner
  • Marietta Public Schools, one proposition. The $1.2 million package includes track building remodeling, softball locker rooms, and football field bleachers and a press box. (nonpartisan)

McClain County

  • U.S. Representative District 4
  • Purcell, two propositions (nonpartisan)

McCurtain County

McIntosh County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Marshall County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Mayes County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • Pryor Creek, one proposition (nonpartisan)

Murray County

  • U.S. Representative District 4

Muskogee County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Nowata County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Okfuskee County

Oklahoma County

  • U.S. Representative District 4
  • U.S. Representative District 5
  • House District 41: Sara Peterson or Jennie Scott
  • House District 99: Ajay Pittman or Nkem House
  • House District 101: Madeline Scott or John Carpenter
  • County commissioner
  • Midwest City, four propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Oklahoma City, city council seat (nonpartisan)

Okmulgee County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • Morris Public Schools, one proposition. The $4.7 million package would classroom and restroom additions, along with other district-wide upgrades and repairs. (nonpartisan)
  • Morris, two propositions (nonpartisan)

Osage County

  • McCord Public School, one proposition for new classrooms and security. (nonpartisan)
  • Tulsa, city council seat (nonpartisan)

Ottawa County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • County commissioner

Pawnee County

  • Yale Public Schools, two propositions. The $650,000 package includes a new show barn, ag farm, bus barn, remodeling of the baseball and softball fields, and other projects. (nonpartisan)

Payne County

  • Yale Public Schools, two propositions. The $650,000 package includes a new show barn, ag farm, bus barn, remodeling of the baseball and softball fields, and other projects. (nonpartisan)

Pittsburg County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • County commissioner

Pontotoc County

  • U.S. Representative District 4

Pottawatomie County

  • U.S. Representative District 5
  • House District 26: Terry Hopkins or E. Bruce Bushong
  • Macomb Public Schools, one proposition. The proposition would raise $400,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)

Pushmataha County

  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • County commissioner

Rogers County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • U.S. Representative District 2
  • Tulsa, one city council seat (nonpartisan)

Seminole County

  • U.S. Representative District 5

Sequoyah County

  • U.S. Representative District 2

Stephens County

  • U.S. Representative District 4

Tillman County

  • U.S. Representative District 4

Tulsa County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • House District 68: Angela Statum or Michael Ross
  • Broken Arrow, six propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Tulsa, six city council seats (nonpartisan)

Wagoner County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • Broken Arrow, six propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Tulsa, one city council seat (nonpartisan)

Washington County

  • U.S. Representative District 1

Washita County

Woodward County

  • Woodward Public Schools, three propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $3.5 million for auditorium renovations, technology, improvements to the ag farm, and other projects. Proposition 2 would raise $3.1 million for a new track, renovations to arts and consumer sciences facilities, and other projects. Proposition 3 would raise $400,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)
  • Sharon-Mutual Public Schools, one proposition. The $19.2 million package would fund district-wide expansions and repairs. (nonpartisan)

Republican ballots

Republican voters will also will narrow the field of candidates who will serve in Congress and at the State Capitol. Republican ballots are only opened to registered Republicans.

Alfalfa County

Beaver County

  • House District 61: Kenton Patzkowsky or Brad Raven
  • County treasurer.
  • County commissioner.

Blaine County

Canadian County

  • House District 41: Roxanne Pollard or Denise Crosswhite Hader
  • House District 43: Jay W. Steagall or Crystal Duncan
  • House District 47: Brian Hill or Beverly Adams

Cherokee County

  • House District 14: George Faught (i) or Chris Sneed
  • Tahlequah, two propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Oaks, board of trustees (nonpartisan)

Choctaw County

Cimarron County

  • House District 61: Kenton Patzkowsky or Brad Raven

Cleveland County

  • House District 20: Bobby Cleveland or Sherrie Conley
  • House District 27: Danny J. Sterling or Dave Spaulding
  • Purcell, two propositions (nonpartisan)

Comanche County

  • House District 63: Jeff Coody (i) or Trey Caldwell
  • Lawton, mayor and two council seats (nonpartisan)

Creek County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • House District 30: Mark Lawson (i) and Kent Glesener
  • House District 68: Lonnie Sims or Nicole Nixon
  • County assessor
  • Paden Public Schools board seat (nonpartisan)

Custer County

Delaware County

  • Grove, one proposition (nonpartisan)
  • Jay, two propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Oaks, board of trustees seat (nonpartisan)

Dewey County

Ellis County

  • House District 61: Kenton Patzkowsky or Brad Raven

Garfield County

  • House District 38: John Pfeiffer or Brian Hobbs
  • House District 41: Roxanne Pollard or Denise Crosswhite Hader

Garvin County

  • House District 20: Bobby Cleveland or Sherrie Conley

Grady County

  • House District 47: Brian Hill or Beverly Adams
  • County commissioner
  • Ninnekah Public Schools, two propositions. The $550,000 package includes repairs to the softball field lighting, remodeling the science lab, and other projects. (nonpartisan)

Grant County

  • House District 38: John Pfeiffer (i) or Brian Hobbs

Harper County

  • House District 61: Kenton Patzkowsky or Brad Raven
  • Woodward Public Schools, three propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $3.5 million for auditorium renovations, technology, improvements to the ag farm, and other projects. Proposition 2 would raise $3.1 million for a new track, renovations to arts and consumer sciences facilities, and other projects. Proposition 3 would raise $400,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)

Hughes County

  • Holdenville Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $910,000 for a multipurpose building at the elementary school, along with security and technology equipment. Proposition 2 would raise $340,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)

Kay County

  • Senate District 10: Bill Coleman or Amber Roberts
  • House District 38: John Pfeiffer (i) or Brian Hobbs
  • County commissioner
  • Kildare Public School, one proposition. (nonpartisan)

Kingfisher County

  • House District 41: Roxanne Pollard or Denise Crosswhite Hader
  • Hennessey, two propositions (nonpartisan)

Latimer County

  • House District 17: Josh Hass or Jim Grego

Le Flore County

  • House District 17: Josh Hass or Jim Grego
  • Poteau Public Schools, one proposition. The $14.6 million package would fund a new seventh- and eighth-grade center, a high school classroom that doubles as a safe room, and security upgrades. (nonpartisan)
  • Pocola Public Schools, one proposition to build a new elementary activity center. (nonpartisan)
  • Talihina board of trustees (nonpartisan)

Lincoln County

  • White Rock Public Schools, three propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $2 million for a classroom that doubles as a safe room. Proposition 2 would raise $700,000 for security upgrades, roof repairs and other projects. Proposition 3 would raise $240,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)
  • Paden Public Schools board member. (nonpartisan)

Logan County

  • House District 38: John Pfeiffer (i) or Brian Hobbs
  • County commissioner

Love County

McClain County

  • House District 20: Bobby Cleveland or Sherrie Conley
  • Purcell, two propositions (nonpartisan)

McCurtain County

Mayes County

  • Pryor Creek, one proposition (nonpartisan)

Muskogee County

  • House District 14: George Faught (i) or Chris Sneed

Noble County

  • House District 38: John Pfeiffer (i) or Brian Hobbs

Nowata County

  • House District 10: Travis Dunlap (i) or Judd Strom

Okfuskee County

Oklahoma County

  • House District 30: Lori Callahan or John Symcox
  • House District 41: Roxanne Pollard or Denise Crosswhite Hader
  • House District 82: Nicole Miller or Brad Martin
  • House District 100: Julie Roach or Marilyn M. Stark
  • House District 101: Tess Teague or Robert Manger
  • Midwest City, four propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Oklahoma City, city council seat (nonpartisan)

Okmulgee County

  • Morris Public Schools, one proposition. The $4.7 million package would classroom and restroom additions, along with other district-wide upgrades and repairs. (nonpartisan)
  • Morris, two propositions (nonpartisan)

Osage County

  • Senate District 10: Bill Coleman or Amber Roberts
  • House District 10: Travis Dunlap (i) or Judd Strom
  • House District 36: Sean Roberts (i) or Louise Redcorn
  • House District 66: JAdine Nollan (i) or Brian Jackson
  • McCord Public School, one proposition for new classrooms and security. (nonpartisan)
  • Tulsa, city council seat (nonpartisan)

Pawnee County

  • Yale Public Schools, two propositions. The $650,000 package includes a new show barn, ag farm, bus barn, remodeling of the baseball and softball fields, and other projects. (nonpartisan)

Payne County

  • County commissioner
  • Yale Public Schools, two propositions. The $650,000 package includes a new show barn, ag farm, bus barn, remodeling of the baseball and softball fields, and other projects. (nonpartisan)

Pittsburg County

  • House District 17: Josh Hass or Jim Grego

Pottawatomie County

  • House District 20: Bobby Cleveland (i) or Sherrie Conley
  • House District 27: Danny J. Sterling or Dave Spaulding
  • Macomb Public Schools, one proposition. The proposition would raise $400,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)

Rogers County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • Tulsa, one city council seat (nonpartisan)

Stephens County

  • County commissioner

Texas County

  • House District 61: Kenton Patzkowsky or Brad Raven

Tillman County

  • House District 63: Jeff Coody (i) or Trey Caldwell

Tulsa County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • Senate District 36: John Haste or Bill Day
  • House District 30: Mark Lawson (i) or Kent Glesener
  • House District 36: Sean Roberts (i) or Louise Redcorn
  • House District 66: Jadine Nollan (i) or Brian Jackson
  • House District 68: Lonnie Sims or Nicole Nixon
  • House District 71: Cheryl Baber or Beverly A. Atteberry
  • House District 79: Karen Gilbert or Dan Hicks
  • House District 80: Mike Ritze (i) or Stan May
  • House District 98: Laura Steele or Dean F. Davis
  • County assessor
  • County commissioner
  • District attorney
  • Broken Arrow, six propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Tulsa, six city council seats (nonpartisan)

Wagoner County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • Senate District 36: John Haste or Bill Day
  • House District 80: Mike Ritze (i) or Stan May
  • House District 98: Laura Steele or Dean F. Davis
  • Broken Arrow, six propositions (nonpartisan)
  • Tulsa, one city council seat (nonpartisan)

Washington County

  • U.S. Representative District 1
  • House District 10: Travis Dunlap (i) or Judd Strom

Washita County

Woodward County

  • House District 61: Kenton Patzkowsky or Brad Raven
  • Woodward Public Schools, three propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $3.5 million for auditorium renovations, technology, improvements to the ag farm, and other projects. Proposition 2 would raise $3.1 million for a new track, renovations to arts and consumer sciences facilities, and other projects. Proposition 3 would raise $400,000 for buses. (nonpartisan)
  • Sharon-Mutual Public Schools, one proposition. The $19.2 million package would fund district-wide expansions and repairs. (nonpartisan)

 

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