- Kevin Stitt is the GOP nomination for the 2018 gubernatorial race.
- Stitt and Mick Cornett faced-off in a runoff on Aug. 28. Stitt won that race.
- Drew Edmondson won the Democratic nomination in June with 61 percent of the vote.
- This is the first GOP gubernatorial runoff since 1990.
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Republican voters in Oklahoma picked Kevin Stitt over Mick Cornett for the 2018 gubernatorial nominee.
After the June primary Stitt had a runoff with former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett in August.
Drew Edmondson won the Democratic nomination with 61 percent of the vote.
This election was historic in that a large number of teachers ran for office in Oklahoma.
The state saw a huge increase of people registering to vote. Teachers helped register students after their graduations.
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