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10 Oklahoma lawmakers face runoff challengers: How vulnerable are they?

10 Oklahoma lawmakers face runoff challengers: How vulnerable are they?

10 Oklahoma incumbents face challengers, long odds to keep seats

Tulsa World
By Randy Krehbiel  
Updated Jul 17, 2018  

State Rep. Mike Ritze, R-Broken Arrow, is trying to do something this summer that no incumbent Oklahoma lawmaker has done since at least 1994.

Finish second in a party primary, and then rally to win the runoff.

Of the 10 legislative incumbents — all Republicans, all House members — in runoff elections on Aug. 28, Ritze is the only one who finished second in a June 26 primary. And, though he fell just 3 percentage points behind first-place Stan May, he received only 36.5 percent of the total... FULL ARTICLE

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