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TULSA, OK -- The 2010 governor's race is heating up in Oklahoma.
Rep. Mary Fallin, Lt. Gov. Jari Askins and Sen. Randy Brogdon from Owasso have formally announced campaign plans.
Oklahoma polling firm Sooner Poll spoke with several voters across the state to find out which Republican and which Democrat are in the lead.
In the Republican party, Mary Fallin had the most votes with 53 percent, Tom Cole came in second with 31 percent of votes and Randy Brogdon received just over 1 percent of the votes.
Fourteen percent of Republican voters were undecided.
For the Democrats, Drew Edmondson won the majority with nearly 42 percent in favor and Jari Askins was second with close to 29 percent of the votes, but 29 percent were undecided.