Lieutenant Governor Tops Oklahoma Races Undercard
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The campaign for Oklahoma's second highest office tops an undercard of statewide offices in the November 4th general election that also includes a low-key race for commissioner of labor.
Republican Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb is running for a second four-year term as the state's second-in-charge against Democrat Cathy Cummings.
Republican Commissioner of Labor Mark Costello is seeking for a second four-year term in a low-key campaign against Democrat Mike Workman, a former public school band director from Tulsa.
Other offices won't be on the ballot because incumbents ran unopposed or races were settled in primaries. They include auditor and inspector, attorney general, treasurer, insurance commissioner and corporation commissioner.