The contest period, to challenge any candidate and which rarely occurs, ends at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Following are the filing candidates:
-County Assessor: Donna Graham, 63, of Sallisaw, the incumbent, Democrat. She has drawn an opponent, Randy Byrd, 54, of Sallisaw filed as a Republican. This race will be decided in the Nov. 4 general election.
-County Treasurer: Tricia Yates, 57, of Sallisaw, the incumbent and a Democrat (unopposed).
-County Commissioner District 1: Ray Watts, 45, of Muldrow, the incumbent, Democrat (unopposed).
-County Commissioner District 3: Jim Rogers, 54, of Sallisaw, Democrat (unopposed).
Candidates for state offices are:
- State Senator: Mark Allen, 65, of Spiro, Republican; Tom Brennan, 42, of Poteau, Democrat; and Ann Weaver, 66, of Muldrow
-State Representative: John Bennett, 39, of Sallisaw, Republican (unopposed).
-State Representative: Ed Cannaday, 73, of Porum, Democrat, (unopposed).
Also filing with the state were:
-District 27 District Attorney: Brian Kuester, 49, of Coweta, Republican; and Anne Mize, 42, of Broken Arrow, Republican.
-District Judge. No. 15: Jeff Payton, 50, of Stilwell, incumbent; and Josiah Stone, 53, of Stilwell.
-Associate District Judge: Kyle Waters, 36, of Sallisaw and Matt Orendorff, 32, of Sallisaw.
Other state and federal offices to be contested Nov. 4 and those filing for the posts are:
-Governor: Mary Fallin, 59, of Oklahoma City, Republican and the incumbent; Chad Moody, 46, of Oklahoma City, Republican; Dax Ewbank, 38, of Guthrie; Joe Dorman, 43, of Rush Springs, Democrat; Richard Prawdzienski, 66, of Edmond, independent, Joe Sills, 34, Oklahoma City, independent; and Kimberly Willis, 51, of Oklahoma City, independent.
-Lieutenant Governor: Todd Lamb, 42, of Oklahoma City, Republican and the incumbent; and Cathy Cummings, 52, of Oklahoma City, Democrat.
-State Auditor and Inspector: Gary A. Jones, 59, of Cache, Republican and the incumbent (unopposed).
-Attorney General: Scott Pruitt, 45, of Tulsa, Republican and incumbent (unopposed).
-State Treasurer: Ken Miller, 47, of Edmond, Republican and incumbent (unopposed).
-Superintendent of Public Instruction: Janet Barresi, 62, of Oklahoma City, Republican and incumbent; Joy Hofmeister, 49, of Tulsa, Republican; Brian Kelly, 50, of Edmond, Republican; Jack Herron Jr. 68, of Norman, Democrat; John Cox, 50, of Hulbert, Democrat; Freda Deskin, 65, of Edmond; and Ivan Holmes, 77, of Oklahoma City, Democrat.
-Commissioner of Labor: Mark Costello, 58, of Edmond, Republican and incumbent; and Mike Workman, 63, of Tulsa, Democrat.
-Insurance Commissioner: John Doak, 51, of Tulsa, Republican and incumbent; and Bill Viner, 61, of Moore.
-Corporation Commissioner: Cliff Branan, 52, of Oklahoma City, Republican; and Todd Hiett, 46, of Kellyville, Republican;
-U.S. Senator: James Inhofe, 79, of Tulsa, Republican and incumbent; D. Jean McBride-Samuels, 59, of Jenks, Republican; Erick Paul Wyatt, 35, of Norman, Republican; Evelyn L. Rogers, 61, of Tulsa, Republican; Ray Moye, 58, of Yukon, Republican; Matt Silverstein, 33, Democrat; Ray Woods, 78, of Fairview, independent; Aaron Delozier, 30, of Wichita Falls, Texas; and Joan Farr, 58, of Broken Arrow, independent.
-U.S. Senator (unexpired term of Tom Coburn of Muskogee): Connie Johnson, 61, of Oklahoma City, Democrat; Patrick Michael Hayes, 39, Anadarko, Democrat; Jim Rogers, 79, Midwest City, Democrat; and Jason Weger, 31, of Norman, Republican; Kevin Crow, 46, of Chickasha, Republican; Eric C. McCray, 33, of Tulsa, Republican; T.W. Shannon, 36, of Lawton, Republican; Randy Brogdon, 60, Owasso, Republican; James Lankford, 46, of Edmond, Republican; Andy Craig, 41, of Broken Arrow, Republican; and Mark T. Beard, 54, of Oklahoma City, independent.
-Representative District 2: Markwayne Mullin, 36, of Westville, Republican, and Darrel Robertson, 64, of Jay, Republican.
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