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Races For Governor, Congress Top Primary Ballot

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Monday is the last day for early voting in an Oklahoma primary election featuring races for governor, lieutenant governor and Congress.

Early voting ends at 6 PM at county election boards. Polls open for Tuesday's primary election at 7 AM in the state's 77 counties and close at 7 PM.

Michael Clingman, state Election Board chairman, believes the primary will draw a light-to-moderate turnout of between 600,000 and 700,000 of Oklahoma's roughly two million voters.

Clingman says voting should be the heaviest in the 5th Congressional District, which Republican Ernest Istook is giving up to run for governor.
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