Oklahoma election results: Polls closed, votes being tallied in 2024 primaries

Voters headed to the polls today to select their party's candidates for the statehouse, Congress and Oklahoma Corporation Commission.

Oklahoma has closed primary elections, meaning voters can only vote in their registered party’s primary, though the Democratic party has opened its primaries to independents for 2024 and 2025.

If necessary, the primary runoff will be held Aug. 27. The general election is Nov. 5.

Catch up with The Oklahoman's live coverage of Tuesday's primary election:

Live results: 2024 Oklahoma Primary Election Results

Cole wins US House District 4 race

Tom Cole has won the Republican primary in the U.S. Rep. District 4 as the Associated Press called the race at 7:33 p.m. after Cole amassed 66.19% of the vote with 39% of precincts reporting.

In November he will face the winner of the Democratic primary, either Mary Brannon or Kody Maculay.

-Cheyenne Derksen

Cole leading US House District 4 race

So far, mail-in and early voting totals place Tom Cole in the lead in the Republican race for the U.S. House District 4 seat, with 8,552 votes, or 67%. Paul Bondar follows him with 2,858 votes, or 23%, trailed by Nick Hankins with 294 or 2%, Andrew Hayes with 538 or 4% and Rick Whitebear Harris with 508 or 3%.

-Cheyenne Derksen

Lucas leads U.S. House District 3 race as precincts begin reporting

Frank Lucas has taken a wide lead in mail-in and early voting totals in the Republican race for the U.S. House District 3 seat, with 8,383 votes, or 75% of the vote. Robin Lynn Carder has collected 1,605 votes for 12% and Darren Hamilton has 1,691 votes, or 12%.

-Cheyenne Derksen

Bingman takes lead in Oklahoma Corporation Commission race

So far, mail-in and early voting totals place J. Brian Bingman in the lead for Oklahoma Corporation Commission. He has 53% of the vote with 19,566 votes, while Russell Ray has 6,566, for 17% of the vote, and Justin Hornback has 10,462, or 28% of the vote.

-Cheyenne Derksen

Polls closed, votes being tallied

Polls have now closed. Results are now being tabulated and will be updated online through the evening.

-Cheyenne Derksen

Dozens of seats to be decided in Oklahoma primary

Dozens of seats could be decided by today's election, as 35 state legislative offices did not draw a general election opponent.

If no candidate in a race draws over 50% of votes cast, the top two vote-getters will face off in the Aug. 27 runoff.

So far this year, 50 seats have already been decided as only one candidate filed to run.

There are 101 seats in the Oklahoma House of Representatives and 48 in the Oklahoma Senate.

Polls close at 7 p.m.

-Cheyenne Derksen

How to find a sample ballot for Oklahoma

To find a sample ballot for your precinct in Oklahoma, head to the OK Voter Portal and log in using your first and last name and date of birth.

- Cheyenne Derksen

More: 5 U.S. House races to watch in Oklahoma primary elections

Where do I vote in Oklahoma?

If you're not sure where your polling place is, or want to make sure it hasn't changed since the last time you voted, the address can be found by logging into the OK Voter Portal.

- Cheyenne Derksen

Polls open in Oklahoma

The polls opened at 7 a.m. today in Oklahoma and will close at 7 p.m.

- Cheyenne Derksen

This article originally appeared on Oklahoman: Live: Oklahoma primary 2024 election results