Polls open Tuesday from 7 a.m. through 7 p.m.
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Voters will have several choices to make, both nationally, statewide and in LeFlore County.
For president, voters will choose between Republican Donald Trump, Libertarian Jo Jorgensen, Democrat Joseph Biden and Independent Kanye West and Independent Brock Pierce.
Voters will choose a new corporation commissioner between Republican Todd Hiett and Libertarian Todd Hagopian.
For United States Senator, voters will choose between Republican Jim Inhofe, Libertarian Robert Murphy, Democrat Abby Broyles, Independent Joan Farr and Independent A.D. Nesbit.
Candidates for U.S. Senator in District 2 are Republican Markwayne Mullin, Libertarian Richie Castaldo, or Democrat Danyell Lanier.
Voters in the southern part of the county will vote for state senator between Republican George H. Burns and Democrat Randy Coleman.
Candidates for state representative in District 3 are Republican Rick West and Democrat Mike Sullivan.
Eight judges are up for re-election.
There are two state questions. State Question 805 would except and does not apply to persons who have ever been convicted of a violent felony. It would prohibit the use of a former felony conviction to increase the statutorily allowable base range of punishment for a person subsequently convicted of a felony.
State Question No. 375 would change how money is distributed from the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund. Currently, 75 percent of the proceeds go to TSET and 25 percent goes to the state legislature.
If approved, 75 percent would be allocated to the legislature while only 25 percent would go to the TSET, which is only supposed to use funds for tobacco prevention programs, cancer research, and other such programs to maintain or improve the health of Oklahomans.
If the measure passes, money from the Legislative Fund must be used to get federal matching funds for Oklahoma’s Medicaid program.
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