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Oklahoma primary voters weigh in on Mary Fallin's successor


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma voters on Tuesday were winnowing a crowded field of candidates seeking the state's top job following an eight-year reign of Republican dominance.

With no race for the U.S. Senate this cycle, much of the money and attention has focused on the 15 candidates trying to succeed term-limited Gov. Mary Fallin. With 10 of those running in the GOP contest, that nomination likely won't ultimately be settled until a two-way runoff on Aug. 28.

Among Republicans, political newcomer and national mortgage company founder Kevin Stitt shook up the race by raising $4.2 million...

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