OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - Republican Matt Pinnell will be Oklahoma's next lieutenant governor.

The 38-year-old father of four had a platform similar to Kevin Stitt, touting his business experience as a way to help grow a stronger economy. He said he's ready to work with Stitt to make Oklahoma a top ten state.

"You have chosen leaders that are going to lead selflessly down at the state capitol; it's going to be about you, your kids, your grandkids so Oklahoma can be a top ten state," said Pinnell. 

Pinnell received 61.9 percent of the vote compared to Democrat Anastasia Pittman's 34.5 percent.