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Osburn Baccus

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

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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

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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

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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

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

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

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

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

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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

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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.