Tulsa businessman Kevin Still won over former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett to be the republican nominee for Oklahoma's governor in Tuesday's run-off election with 61 percent of the vote. Stitt garnered 63 percent of the Osage County vote. He will face former attorney general Drew Edmundson in November.

Matt Pinnell won the republican seat for Lieutenant Governor with 60 percent of the vote over Dana Murphy.

Incumbent Sean Roberts edged out former BigHeart Times owner Louise Redcorn for State Representative in District 36 with 55 percent of the vote. In Osage County the vote was even closer with less than two points seperating the two candidates.

Bill Coleman slid by Amber Roberts with 67 percent of the vote for state senator in district 10.

Osage County Results

Governor - Republican

Mick Cornett - 36.34%

Kevin Stitt - 63.66%

Governor - Libertarian

Chris Powell - 41.67%

Rex L. Lawhorn - 58.33%

Lieutenant Governor - Republican

Dana Murphy - 40.36%

Matt Pinnell - 59.64%

State Auditor and Inspector - Republican

Cindy Byrd - 46.80%

Charlie Prater - 53.20%

Attorney General - Republican

Mike Hunter - 39.92%

Gentner Drummond - 60.08%

Superintendent of Public Instruction - Republican

Joy Hofmeister - 53.02%

Linda Murphy - 46.98%

Commissioner of Labor - Republican

Cathy Costello - 46.12%

Leslie Osborn - 53.88%

Corporation Commissioner - Republican

Bob Anthony - 48.14%

Brian Bingman - 51.86%

Corporation Commissioner - Democrat

Ashley Nicole McCray - 65.59%

Blake Cummings - 34.41%

State Senator District 10 - Republican

Bill Coleman - 67.90%

Amber Roberts - 32.10%

State Representative District 10

Travid Dunlap - 36%

Judd Strom - 64%

State Representative District 36 - Republican

Sean Roberts - 49.08%

Louise Redcorn - 50.92%

State Representative District 66 - Republican

Jadine Nollan 64.57%

Brian Jackson - 35.43%

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Lindsey is the managing editor for the Skiatook Journal. She holds an M.A in English from the University of Central Oklahoma. Prior to the start of her news career in 2011, Renuard was a professor of English at the University of Central Oklahoma.