Tuesday’s primary election includes races for important seats, from U.S. senator to county commissioner.

As preliminary results start rolling in after polls close at 7 p.m. Tuesday, check here for live updates on Oklahoma racing. All numbers are unofficial results from the Oklahoma State Board of Elections.

Governor

Four Republicans and two Democrats face off in Tuesday’s primary.

Here’s how each candidate fares as of 7:10 p.m. Tuesday, with only early and mail-in votes:

Republicans

  • Moira McCabe: 3.15%
  • Joel Kintsel: 17.61%
  • Kevin Stitt (incumbent): 67.30%
  • Mark Sherwood: 11.94%

Democrats

  • Connie Johnson: 35.76%
  • Joy Hofmeister: 64.24%

United States Senator (term not expired)

With the news that US Senator Jim Inhofe will retire at the end of the year, 13 Republicans are running on Tuesday to replace him. Democrat Kendra Horn, Libertarian Robert Murphy and Independent Ray Woods will all be on the ballot in the Nov. 8 general election.

Here’s how each Republican candidate is faring as of 7:10 p.m. Tuesday, with only early and mail-in votes:

  • Michel Coibion: 0.39%
  • Nathan Dahm: 10.08%
  • Jessica Jean Garrison: 1.52%
  • Alex Grey: 1.07%
  • Randy Grellner: 3.58%
  • Luke Holland: 13.30%
  • Adam Holley: 0.44%
  • Laura Moreno: 1.80%
  • Markwayne Mullin: 41.63%
  • Scott Pruitt: 5.05%
  • Paul Royse: 0.22%
  • TW Shannon: 20.30%
  • John Tompkins: 0.62%

US Senator

Three Republicans and six Democrats are vying for the chance to make it to the general election. Libertarian Kenneth Blevins and Independent Michael Delaney will go directly to the November 8 general election.

Here’s how all the candidates are faring as of 7:10 p.m. Tuesday, with only early and mail-in votes:

Republicans

  • Joan Farr: 5.82%
  • Jackson Lahmeyer: 18.53%
  • James Lankford (incumbent): 75.65%

Democrats

  • Arya Azma: 4.31%
  • Dennis Baker: 15.53%
  • Jason Bollinger: 19.55%
  • Jo Glenn: 14.73%
  • Madison Horn: 35.91%
  • Brandon Wade: 9.96%

United States District 4 Representative

Incumbent Rep. Tom Cole faces two Republican opponents in Tuesday’s primary for the District 4 seat. Democrat Mary Brannon will run in the Nov. 8 general election.

Here’s how each Republican candidate is faring as of 7:10 p.m., with only early and mail-in votes:

  • Frank Blacke: 3.29%
  • Tom Cole: 74.77%
  • James Taylor: 21.93%

District 44 Representative

Two Democrats are competing in the June 28 primary, while Republican RJ Harris will head to the November 8 polls. The HD 44 seat is up for grabs as outgoing Representative Emily Virgin reaches her 2022 term limit.

Here’s how each Democratic candidate is faring as of 7 p.m.:

District 45 Representative

Two Republicans face off in Tuesday’s primary for the HD 45 nomination. Incumbent Representative Merleyn Bell announced this year that she will no longer run for the HD 45 seat. November 8.

Here’s how each Republican candidate is faring as of 7 p.m.:

  • Dave Spaulding:
  • Therese Sterling:

District 46 Representative

Three Republicans are vying for the HD 46 nomination. Incumbent Rep. Jacob Rosecrans will head straight to the Nov. 8 general election as the only Democrat in the race.

Here’s how each Republican candidate is faring as of 7 p.m.:

  • Sasan Moghadam:
  • Nancy Sangirardi:
  • Kendra Wesson:

County Commissioner of Cleveland District 1

Two Republican candidates face each other on Tuesday. Candidate Matthew Peacock will go to the general election on November 8 as he has no opposition as an independent.

Here’s how each Republican candidate is faring as of 7 p.m.:

  • Rod Cleveland (incumbent):
  • Ron Henderson:

County Commissioner of Cleveland District 3

Two Republicans and two Democrats are vying for nominations in Tuesday’s District 3 race.

Here’s where the four are as of 7 p.m.:

Republicans:

  • Rusty Grissom:
  • Harold Haralson (incumbent):

Democrats:

  • JD Kohmer:
  • Mona “Mo” Vaughn: