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TULSA, OK -- With only a day before Oklahoma votes, some statewide races appear all but decided. But others could be anyone's guess.
The latest Oklahoma Poll with the Tulsa World reveals a mixed bag of big leads and potentially tight races.
For the U.S. Senate seat, incumbent Republican Jim Inhofe leads in the poll of likely voters 52% to 37% in his race against Democrat Andrew Rice. Seven percent are undecided.
Negative ads have flooded the airways in the race for Corporation Commissioner.
Incumbent Democrat Jim Roth holds a 12 point lead over Republican challenger Dana Murphy. But, 28% say they're undecided.
In the other race for Corporation Commissioner, Republican Jeff Cloud has a more than 10 point lead over Democrat Charles Gray. Here, 35% say they don't know how they'll vote.
Two statewide questions on the ballot seem to be headed for an easy victory.
One would allow in-state and out-of-state wine makers to sell directly to retail stores and restaurants.
The other would amend the state constitution to protect the rights of hunters and fishermen.
Both got 70% approval from voters.