Unofficial election results posted by the Canadian County Election Board Tuesday night show Edmond businesswoman Stephanie Bice and Yukon home builder Mark Thomas will go into a runoff for Senate District 22, and Marc Hader and Wes Higgins will go into a runoff for Canadian County Commissioner District No. 1.
Incumbent U.S. Representative Frank Lucas received more than 82.8 percent of the votes with 54,596 total votes for U.S. House of Representatives District No. 3, and Canadian County Republican Party Chair Robert Hubbard received 12 percent of the votes with 7,907 total votes.
For county commissioner, Surrey Hills resident Marc Hader received 37.5 percent with a total number of 1,588, and Wes Higgins received 21.8 percent with a total number of 924. The runoff election will be Aug. 26.
For Senate District 22, Stephanie Bice received 37.2 percent with 3,375 total votes and Mark Thomas received 33.2 percent with 3,012 total votes. Leif Francel received 29.6 percent with 2,685 total votes. The runoff is also Aug. 26.
For Canadian County Treasurer, Incumbent treasurer Carolyn Leck received 62.4 percent of the votes with a total of 6,996 and Republican challenger Kimberly Rhodes received 37.6 percent of the vote with a total of 4,212.
Unofficial precinct numbers from the three Piedmont precincts for each race were as follows:
County Commissioner District 1:
Senate District 22:
U.S. Representative District No. 3
Canadian County Treasurer:
Editor’s note: The precinct results are unofficial election results and were obtained from the Canadian County Election Board. The totals for Senate District 22 are unofficial results and were obtained from the state election board. The Gazette will run the official election results when they become available.