The Kevin Stitt-Drew Edmondson race will be a study in contrasts, with Stitt positioning himself as a Donald Trump-like outsider with business acumen, and Edmondson positioning himself as a serious-minded, experienced public servant wanting more support for education and social services.
Voters converged on the polls today to mark their selections for most statewide offices and legislative seats, as well as decide the controversial ballot question on medical marijuana. Here are five things to look for.
Nearly four times as many women are running for seats in the Oklahoma Legislature this year as in 2012, but the state remains well behind the rest of the country in the number of women who hold legislative seats.
A newly formed nonprofit group wants to change how Oklahoma creates legislative and congressional districts. Its proposal would replace the Legislature with an independent commission to draw boundaries.