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Oklahoma Primary Election Results

OKLAHOMA -- Results are in after Oklahoman's headed to the polls to vote in Tuesday's primary election.

People in Atoka County voted for a proposition to allow restaurants to sell alcohol.  It passed with 52% of the vote.

It's the first time in 30 years alcohol will be allowed on the menu in the county.

Voters in Marshall County voted for a tax that will help volunteer fire departments with funding.  It passed with 73% of the vote.

Incumbent Craig Ladd beat out Ed Frock for the Democratic nomination for District Attorney, District 20 with 68% of the vote.

And incumbent Mary Fallin ran away with the GOP nomination for Oklahoma Governor with 75% percent of the vote.

There were also several county commissioner races as well. 

For a complete list of Oklahoma Primary Election Results click HERE