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  1. Runoffs from Tuesday's primary electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    Some candidates didn't reach the 50 percent threshold needed to secure their party's nomination for the November election. The following is a list of candidates who will be competing in runoffs in August.

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  2. Crowded Oklahoma legislative races produce few upsetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    Despite a grueling legislative session and a record number of primary challengers, the majority of Oklahoma House and Senate members seeking re-election were largely successful in Tuesday's primary elections. As election results were coming in late Tuesday, it seemed no more than three challengers were going to be successful in knocking off an incumbent.

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  3. Vote totals: U.S. Representative DistrictsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    Marvin Hawkins casts his ballot in Cleveland County Precinct 25 in Norman, Okla., on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman A woman completes her ballot inside the polling site for precinct 202 at Trinity Baptist Church, on NW 23 just west of Classen Blvd., on Tuesday, June 28, 2016.

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  4. Gov. Fallin says she's had no 'direct conversations' with Trump about vice presidencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets Gov. Mary Fallin following a rally at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Friday, Feb. 26, 2016. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman - Read the rest of this story at TulsaWorld.com.

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  5. Incumbents take early leads in Oklahoma County racesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    Carolynn Caudill, who is seeking her sixth term, held a narrow lead, 35 percent to 30 percent, over challenger David B. Hooten in a four-way race for Oklahoma County clerk. Rick Warren Jr., bidding for a full term after being elected earlier this year to complete the term of former Court Clerk Tim Rhodes, led longtime court clerk's deputy Linda Amick Dodson 49 percent to 33 percent in a three-way race.

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  6. All five U.S. House members win primary racesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    All five U.S. House members from Oklahoma won their Republican primary races in blowouts on Tuesday, suggesting state voters weren't ready to blame their own congressmen for any dissatisfaction with Washington. Reps.

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  7. Mary Fallin talks what she could bring to a Trump-Fallin ticketRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KOCO-TV Oklahoma City

    Mary Fallin recently met with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, and she recently spoke with KOCO 5 about what she could bring to Trump's ticket. AT SHE COULD BRING TO A TRUMP/FALLIN TICKET.

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  8. Kent Bush: Supreme Court ruling sets pro-life movement back a generationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Ashland Daily Tidings

    Simple logic leads me to be pro life. If nothing happens to that fertilized egg cell, it becomes a child.

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  9. More anti-abortion laws bite the dust in Mississippi, WisconsinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Arkansas Times

    The U.S. Supreme Court today let stand lower court rulings that invalidated laws in Mississippi and Wisconsin that required abortion providers to have doctors with hospital admitting privileges. Arkansas has just such a law and it is under challenge in federal court.

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  10. What could Supreme Court's ruling in abortion case mean for Oklahoma?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NewsOK.com

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Texas abortion law that caused clinics all over that state to shut down, and abortion rights groups expressed optimism that a similar Oklahoma law never will go into effect. In a 5-3 decision, the justices ruled that a 2013 Texas law placed an undue burden on access to abortions.

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  11. After court ruling, both sides of abortion debate brace for a political fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Washington Post

    Both sides of the debate over abortion rights agreed on one thing in the wake of Monday's Supreme Court ruling: Abortion will become an even larger issue in the November elections. Abortion opponents said the decision, which struck down restrictions on Texas abortion clinics that other states have duplicated, illustrates the importance of electing a president who will appoint antiabortion justices to the Supreme Court.

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  12. Who Will Donald Trump Pick as His VP?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | MSNBC

    A man who's famous for firing people on TV is now preparing to make the most important hire of his career. Donald Trump's campaign is working to narrow down its list of possible vice presidential candidates, weighing the strengths and weaknesses of a shortlist of potential picks.

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  13. Help wanted: Veep for TrumpRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 26 | The Daily Record

    Help wanted: Seasoned Republican politician with Washington experience. Must have high energy, conservative credentials and a strong stomach.

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  14. Senate seat in Edmond draws preacher, former Air Force captainRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | NewsOK.com

    An ultraconservative Baptist preacher and a former Air Force captain are vying to succeed term-limited Republican Sen. Clark Jolley, of Edmond, in the Oklahoma Legislature. The Rev.

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  15. Not that he's asking - but here are few Veep picks for Donald Trump: Charlie GerowRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2016 | PennLive.com

    Remember Richard Mentor Johnson, Thomas A. Hendricks, Levi P. Morton or Garret Hobart? Don't feel too bad -- most people don't remember them either. They all served as vice president of the United States, an office once described by one of its holders as "not worth a bucket of warm spit."

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  16. It Won't HuntRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 23 | Tecumseh Countywide News

    Even though a majority of state voters approved its creation in 2000, most Oklahomans probably don't know what the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust or TSET is or what it does. Mostly it does good things such as convincing people to stop using tobacco, funding tobacco-related cancer research and sponsoring health programs.

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  17. Some wild speculation on Donald Trump's VPRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | MacLeans

    Donald Trump, a man so orange he was once mistaken by a pilot for an air sock, is deciding on a vice-presidential candidate. Let's take a closer look at the favourites: Chris Christie.

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  18. Douglas rejects $250K tobacco fund job amid criticismRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 22 | KAUZ

    A former Republican officeholder who was offered a newly created $250,000-a-year job as the head of a state tobacco fund is turning down the post following widespread criticism of the board for offering the position amid a state budget crisis. Former Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner and two-term Edmond Mayor Patrice Douglas said in a statement Wednesday that she decided to not accept the offer after consulting with family and friends.

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  19. Veepstakes 2016: How Trump, Clinton vet running matesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | WANE-TV Fort Wayne

    Nary a day passes without freshly churned speculation over who will wind up as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's 2016 running mates. If elected officials - or even an NBA team owner like Mark Cuban - have appeared next to the presidential candidates at some point in the last six months, they've no doubt been mentioned as possible vice presidential picks.

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  20. Is the vice presidency worth more than a bucket of warm spit?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Los Angeles Times

    The selection of a vice presidential running mate is one of those political rituals so firmly fixed you can practically set a watch by it. The presumptive presidential nominees quietly vet assorted prospects.

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