- Election Coverage
Look here for an ongoing series of stories exploring the six state questions and the local candidate races on the Nov. 6 ballot. Additional stories will be coming weekly until the election.
Stiles retains seat by 18 votes; provisional ballots still in play
Incumbent House member Aaron Stiles will retain his east Norman seat, according to complete, but unofficial returns from state House District 45 showed early today.
Americans face prospect of status quo Congress
A barrage of negative ads, more than $2 billion in spending and endless campaign stops all come down to this: Americans likely will ...
Voters must show ID
Oklahoma’s proof of identity law was approved by voters in 2010. It passed with 74 percent of votes cast. The law requires every voter who votes in person at the precinct polling place or during early voting at the Cleveland County ...
Review of state questions
What does a ‘yes,’ ‘no’ vote mean? With six state questions on the ballot, voters will have a lot of information to remember when they enter the polls. In an effort to inform and educate voters on the upcoming elections, The Transcript has ...
Election day Tuesday
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday for the General Election. Jim Williams, Secretary of the Cleveland County Election Board, offered voters some tips on how to make votes count....
Early voting starts today
Early voting starts at 8 a.m. today at the Cleveland County Election Board, 641 E. Robinson St., Suite 200 in Norman. Because this is a federal as well as state and local election, office hours are extended until 6 p.m. today for anyone ...
Chamber apologizes for sending Switzer letter
Couple says they didn’t authorize, sign off on letter A letter to the editor supporting State Question 766 — purportedly written by Barry and Becky Switzer of Norman — was not authorized by them and should not have been published in ...
Two in county sheriff’s race
There was some early confusion over whether Oklahoma Republican Rep. Mike Reynolds was running for Cleveland County Sheriff because he shares the same name with a Moore business owner....
ID required to vote in election
Oklahoma’s proof of identity law was approved by voters in 2010. It passed with 74 percent of votes cast. The law requires every voter who votes in person at the precinct polling place or during early voting at the County Election Board to ...
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