Incumbent Gov. Kevin Stitt wins reelection

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) wins reelection against State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister (D).

Stitt is a Cherokee Nation citizen and the second Native American to serve as governor in the U.S. This will be Stitt’s second term in office after being elected in 2018.

“The American dream is alive and well in the great state of Oklahoma,” Stitt said in the moments after the race was called Tuesday.

Stitt addressed dark-money ads following ongoing feuds with many of the 39 federally recognized Native American Tribes, saying “in the end truth won tonight.”

Hofmeister also spoke to the crowd after her loss.

For a list of election results, click here.

For more coverage on each candidates’ speech, watch the video below.