Democrats, Libertarians, Republicans, and even independents may go to the polls for Oklahoma’s primary election.
The primary election will be on Tuesday, and early voting will be available at the county election board office in Sallisaw from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Early voting is also available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
On Tuesday, polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. See the list of the polls at the end of this posting.
Sequoyah County Democrats will be choosing a candidate for U.S. Representative District 2 and for county sheriff. Those living in the west end of the county will be voting for County Commissioner for District No. 2.
The Democrat candidates for U.S. Representative District 2 are Joshua Harris-Till and Paul E. Schiefelbein. The winner will face the Republican and Libertarian candidates for the same office in the Nov. 8 general election.
The Democrat candidates for county sheriff are Ron Lockhart, the incumbent, and Roy L. Coleman. The winner will face the winner of the Republican primary for sheriff.
Democrats have opened their primary election for independents also. Voters registered as independents may now vote in the Democrat primaries in Oklahoma. The Republican primary elections are closed to all except voters registered as Republicans.
On the Libertarian ballot, two men hope to be a candidate for the U.S. Senate. They are Dax Ewbank and Robert R. Murphy. The winner will face the Republican and Democrat candidates and two independent candidates for the same office in the Nov. 8 general election.
Sequoyah County Republicans will choose a candidate for U.S. Representative District 2 and for county sheriff. The U.S. Representative candidates are Jarrin Jackson and Markwayne Mullin, the incumbent. The winner will face the Democrat candidate and an independent candidate for the same office on Nov. 8.
The candidates for county sheriff are Greg Peters and Larry Lane. The winner will face off against the winner of the Democrat primary on Nov. 8.
The following polling places will be open on Tuesday.
-101 Muldrow Cherokee Community Building
-102 Rural Water Department, U.S. Highway 64
-103 Muldrow library
-104 Waylon Jones Complex in Roland
-105 Roland Nutrition Center
-106 Liberty School
-201 Landmark Missionary Baptist Church, Vian
-202 Vian United Methodist Church
-203 Vian Nutrition Center
-204 McKey Fire Department
-205 Sallisaw First Baptist Church
-206 Old McKey School
-207 Marble City Hall
-208 Blackgum Community Center
-209 Gore Senior Citizens Center
-210 West Tenkiller Fire Department (Fin & Feather)
-301 First Christian Church, Sallisaw
-302 Sallisaw Civic Center
-303 Agent Mallory Martin
-304 Brent Community Center
-305 Central Fire Department
-306 Akins First Baptist Church
-307 Calvary Temple Church
-308 Brushy School
-309 Nicut Fire Department #2 (Anglins)
-310 Gans City Hall
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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