2024 LeFlore County Republican Primary Election Results

Wednesday, 19 June 2024 07:46

2024 LeFlore County Republican Primary Election Results Featured

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LeFlore County Republican voters cast their ballots in the Republican Primary Election June 18th. Voters in all 37 precincts were able to vote for State Corporation Commissioner and county sheriff; voters in three precincts also had a state representative (District 15) race on their ballots; voter in part of the county (15 precincts) had a county commissioner (District two) race on their ballots.

Unless a contest of election or a petition for recount has been filed, results will be certified by the county election board not earlier than 5 p.m. Friday, June 21. Results of a race in which a contest of election or a petition for recount has been filed cannot be certified until the contest has been heard or the recount has been completed.

Unofficial results showed that LeFlore County voters aligned with voters from across the state in the Corporation Commissioner election with the majority of votes cast for candidate Brian Bingman. Below are the state-wide results.

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In the District 15 state representative race, LeFlore County voters also aligned with other voters in the district choosing candidate Tim Turner with 52.64% across the district. Below are the results from across District 15.

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The LeFlore County sheriff’s race was decided in the primary election with 57.92% of votes going to incumbent Rodney Derryberry.


In the District 2 county commissioner race, Republican voters will head to the polls August 27th for a run-off election between current commissioner Josh Blaylock and candidate Jesse Ingle. A difference of only 2.43% votes separated Blaylock and Ingle in the primary.


 Unofficial results of all races in Oklahoma are posted on the State Election Board's website.


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