It's the first time in recent history that there have been two senate seats open during an election.
In the Republican primary for the unexpired US Senate seat that was formerly held by Tom Coburnm, popular US Representative James Lankford will be on the ballot in November.
On the Democratic side, 32 year veteran Connie Johnson will face perennial candidate Jim Rogers in a runoff August 26.
In the Republican primary for US Representative District 3, 10-term representative Frank Lucas won the Republican nomination over two challengers Robert Hubbard and Timothy Ray Murray.
Democrat Frankie Robbins is unopposed for his party's nomination.
In the GOP race for State Representative District 61, it covers the Oklahoma Panhandle, Harper County and a small corner of Woodward County.
Several candidates looking to take the place of Representative Gus Blackwell who was term limited.
Casey Murdock and Kenny Bob Tapp were the top two.
They'll face each other in the runoff in August.
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