Uncontested Oklahoma: Lack of Competitive Races on the Rise This Year
There will be something missing on the ballot when thousands of Oklahomans living near the southwestern corner of the state vote this fall.
Residents in a large swatch of land covering most of Tillman and Comanche counties won’t be voting for any state legislative candidates.
Without a single vote needing to be cast in either the primary or upcoming general election, their state House and Senate races were decided months ago. No one from any party challenged the two sitting incumbents, both Republicans, in those seats.
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