Five Republican candidates are seeking to replace Oklahoma state Rep. Mike Reynolds, who has reached his term limit. The winner of Tuesday’s Republican primary will face Democrat Trey Puckett in the general election on Nov. 4.
A decision by state Rep. Kay Floyd, D-Oklahoma City, to run for the Oklahoma Senate has set up a four-person race to replace her in the state House of Representatives. No Republican is running in this district, so the winner of the Democratic nomination will capture the seat.
Moore resident Danni Legg is challenging incumbent Oklahoma House Rep. Mark McBride for the Republican nomination for state House District 53. The winner of the Republican primary will take the House District 53 seat, since no Democratic candidate filed for the election.
Four Republican candidates are seeking the state House seat being vacated by Rep. Colby Schwartz, who announced in March that he would not run for reelection. The winner of the Republican primary will face Democratic candidate Sarah Baker in the general election.