Local polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today [June 24].
Local races include LeFlore County Assessor and District 3 County Commissioner. All candidates in the local races are Democrat.
If no candidate gains a majority of the votes, a runoff will be be held Aug. 26.
Other races will decide Democratic and Republican nominees for the Nov. 4 general election, unless runoffs are needed.
Democrats will vote in three races besides the two county contests:
â€¢â€‚U.S. representative District 2 â€” Earl E. Everet and Joshua Harris-Till.
â€¢â€‚U.S. senator, unexpired term â€” Jim Rogers, Connie Johnson and Patrick Michael Hayes.
â€¢â€‚Superintendent of public instruction â€” Jack C. Herron Jr., Ivan Holmes, Freda Deskin and John Cox.
Republicans will vote for five offices beside insurance and corporation commiss-ioner (six if they live in state Senate District 5):
â€¢â€‚Governor â€” Mary Fallin, Dax Ewbank and Chad Moody.
â€¢â€‚Superintendent of public instruction â€” Joy Hofmeister, Brian S. Kelley and Janet Costello Barresi.
â€¢â€‚U.S. Senator â€” Erick Paul Wyatt, Evelyn L. Rogers, Rob Moye, D. Jean McBride Samuels and Jim Inhofe.
â€¢â€‚U.S. senator, unexpired term â€” Jason Weger, Andy Craig, T.W. Shannon, Randy Brogdon, Eric C. McCray, Kevin Crow and James Lankford.
â€¢â€‚U.S. representative District 2 â€” Markwayne Mullin and Darrel Robertson.
â€¢â€‚State Senate District 5, unexpired term â€” Brent Shain and Joseph Silk.
LeFlore County voters in the McCurtain School District also will vote on a $170,000 bond issue for new school buses.