- The congressional seat for District 1 in Oklahoma is still up for grabs after the June 26 primary election.
- A runoff will take place between Republicans Tim Harris and Kevin Hearn.
- On the Democratic side, Amanda Douglas will face Tim Gilpin in a runoff.
- The would-be incumbent, Jim Bridenstine is not running for reelection. He was appointed head of NASA in April.
- The runoff vote takes place August 28.
The race for Congressional District 1 in Oklahoma is still up for grabs after the June 26 primaries.
Both parties will be headed for runoff elections after both races found candidates unable to secure a majority of the vote.
Tim Harris and Kevin Hearn will face-off for the Republican nomination. Amanda Douglas and Tim Gilpin will run again on the Democratic side.
The would-be incumbent for Republicans, Jim Bridenstine, vacated his seat after being appointed to the head position at NASA by President Trump. Bridenstine had been the district's representative since 2013.
Here are the Republican candidates:
- Andy Coleman
- Nathan Dahm
- Tim Harris - ADVANCED TO RUNOFF
- Kevin Hern - ADVANCED TO RUNOFF
- Danny Stockstill
And the Democratic candidates:
- Amanda Douglas - ADVANCED TO RUNOFF
- Gwendolyn Fields
- Tim Gilpin - ADVANCED TO RUNOFF
- David Matthew Hullum
- Mark Keeter
The next round of voting takes place August 28.
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