Eastern Oklahoma congressional races will end Tuesday with nominations
Runoff campaigns on both sides have been a nasty prelude to a general election race that could make the 2nd congressional district of Oklahoma a national battleground.
WASHINGTON — After long runoff campaigns that were short on substance, Democratic and Republican voters in eastern Oklahoma will pick their nominees Tuesday for a congressional race that could become a national battleground contest this fall.
Republicans believe the retirement of Rep. Dan Boren, of Muskogee, the only Democrat in the state’s congressional delegation, has created a pickup opportunity in a district that is...
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