The Oklahoma primary election was held June 26. No candidate received 50 percent of the vote in the Republican primary for governor or five House primaries, triggering the top two candidates in each to compete in the Aug. 28 runoff. Click here to view the original primary results.
Former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett and self-funding businessman Kevin Stitt advanced to the runoff in a closely contested three-way race. The winner will face Former Oklahoma attorney general Drew Edmondson (D) in the fall to replace term-limited Gov. Mary Fallin (R). Cornett received 29.3 percent of the vote in the June primary, and Stitt received 24.4 percent.
Top White House aides Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams, shared concerns of President Trump’s call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky on day three of the House Intelligence Committee impeachment inquiry hearings on Nov. 19.