Lines formed early at Claremore’s First Presbyterian Church Tuesday morning as community members began to cast their respected votes. Tuesday’s ballot includes presidential candidates, all five congressional seats and county officials. Oklahomans will also be asked to retain the current state judges as well as decide six state questions. Precinct polling locations will remain open until 7 p.m.
In light of recent events and Attorney General Scott Pruitt's decision to investigate Rogers County public officials which process would you prefer?
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