State Question 802 barely passes; Creek County June election results

State Question 802 regarding expanding Medicaid has passed by a margin of less than one percent. The passing vote stayed in the lead all day, though it never seemed to be ahead by more than five or six points. Read more about what SQ 802 means here.

Oklahoma’s primaries were originally scheduled to be April 7th, but were postponed until June 30th because of Coronavirus concerns. Earlier this evening, the Oklahoma State Election Board tweeted out that there were more votes cast this election than in the March 2020 Presidential Primary:

Early reports say that despite the larger turnout, only a little over a third of all the state’s registered voters participated in this election.

Results for Creek County

Jim Inhofe wins the GOP Senate Primary and Abby Broyles wins the Democratic Senate Primary; Broyles and Inhofe will go head-to-head in November. If Inhofe wins again, it will be his 6th term.

Todd Hiett has won Corporation Commissioner

Kojo Asamoa-Caesar beat Mark Keeter in the race for United States Representative for District 01, although Keeter won in Creek County.

Mark Lawson wins and will retain his seat as State Representative for District 30

Joseph Hale wins for Councilor of Ward 1, Seat 2. This seat is currently held by Wes Galloway, who had decided not to file for reelection.

Alicia Richardson won the Drumright school board seat.

Eric Watson won the Kiefer school board seat.

Michael Pounds won the Mounds school board seat.

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Micah Choquette

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