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Branham, Roberts

HD-83 has flipped often but Branham works to keep Roberts from taking it

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Chelsey Branham (D) is the incumbent in HD-83 but only by two years. She is defending her seat against Eric Roberts (R).
HD93

Mickey Dollens defends southside HD-93 seat sought by Mike Christian

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Republican Mike Christian is back in the race to reclaim House District 93’s seat from incumbent Democrat Mickey Dollens.
HD89

Fugate and Rodebush vie for HD-94 in southeast metro

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Andy Fuguate is seeking re-election to House District 94 in the southeast metro against Republican challenger Lauren Rodebush.
Horn, Bice

Horn and Bice debate covers pandemic, healthcare, military, bipartisanship

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State Senator Stephanie Bice (R) and Congresswoman Kendra Horn (D) went head-to-head Thursday night to make their case to fill Okla CD-5.
Maughan, Hicks

Maughan and Hicks each land blows in commissioner debate

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Two candidates for Oklahoma County Commissioner District 2, Brian Maughan and Spencer Hicks, engaged in a debate Thursday in Oklahoma City.
Tommie Johnson

Sheriff candidate Johnson opposes reducing budgets, is for transparency

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Tommie Johnson, Republican candidate for Oklahoma County Sheriff, opposes the "defund the police" movement and wants more transparency.
José Cruz

Cruz focused on Medicaid, child welfare in southside HD-89 race

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Democrat José Cruz could become the first Latino to represent southside House District 89 as he is running against Republican John Hutton.
Turner, Barlean

Turner, Barlean face off in HD-88 – most liberal district in OKC metro

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Mauree Turner beat the more moderate incumbent Jason Dunnington in the Democratic Party primary and is now facing Kelly Barlean (R).
solidarity

OK County Sheriff candidate Cubit says “crime does not exist in a vacuum”

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Wayland Cubit (D) could be making history as either he or Tommie Johson (R) will become the first Black sheriff in Oklahoma County.
Horn

Congresswoman Kendra Horn supports ACA, rejects “Medicare for all”

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Congresswoman Kendra Horn (D) is representing arguably one of the most contested districts in the nation, CD-5 which includes Oklahoma City.