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Osburn Baccus

Edmond HD-81 – Dem newcomer Baccus takes on GOP incumbent Osburn

Republican Mike Osburn has been representing HD-81 since 2016 and is now defending his seat against Democratic challenger, Jacob Baccus.
House District 97

Lowe and Janloo differ most on gun policy in eastside HD-97 race

Oklahoma HD-97 incumbent Jason Lowe (D) is being challenged by Republican local business owner Ben Janloo.
Cubit Johnson

Oklahoma County Sheriff race debate reveals key candidate differences

Wayland Cubit and Tommie Johnson faced off in a debate in Oklahoma City to try and win over voters in the race for Oklahoma County Sheriff.
FOP Bice

Bice receives Oklahoma City police union endorsement in CD-5 race

Stephanie Bice (R) received an endorsement in the Congressional District 5 race from Oklahoma City FOP that represents OKCPD officers.

Third and last Horn, Bice debate focuses on who is the most bipartisan

Tuesday night marked the last time Senator Stephanie Bice and Congresswoman Kendra Horn would debate before the election.

Stone takes on Treat, Senate’s most powerful incumbent, for NW OKC seat

Political newcomer Andrea Stone challenges incumbent Greg Treat who seeks his last term in the Oklahoma Senate before hitting his term limit.
Branham, Roberts

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

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

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

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

Fugate and Rodebush vie for HD-94 in southeast metro

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

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.