Oklahoma County voters in Districts 1 and 3 cast their ballots in primaries with some races for county commissioner heading to runoffs while others are bound straight for the general election in November.
In District 1, four Democrats fought for the chance to move on from the primary, while two Republicans faced off. District 3 was a mirror image with four Republicans vying for the chance to advance and two Democrats.
District 1 county commissioner primary election results
In the Democratic primary, former state Sen. Anastasia Pittman received nearly 39% of the vote and will face incumbent Carrie Blumert, who received nearly 36% of the vote, in the Aug. 23 runoff.
The winner will face Willard Linzy, the Republican nominee, who defeated LaTonya Williams in Tuesday's primary with nearly 67% of the vote.
Oklahoma County's District 1 encompasses a large portion of Oklahoma City, including the city's northeast side, plus Midwest City and Del City. Additionally the towns of Nicoma Park, Lake Aluma, Forest Park, Jones, Spencer and The Village are included.
District 3 county commissioner primary election results
In the District 3 Republican primary, the district's current chief deputy, Myles Davidson and District 2 county employee Amy Alexander, both beat former sheriff P.D. Taylor to advance to the runoff.
Davidson said Tuesday he was "very honored to have received the most votes," and looked forward to continuing to speak to District 3 voters about what mattered to them.
Alexander said she was "beyond excited and looking forward to the competition."
The winner will face Democrat Cathy Cummings in the general election. Cummings had earned nearly 72% of the Democratic vote, beating Air Force veteran Jay Bridwell.
District 3 of Oklahoma County includes Edmond, Arcadia, parts of northern Oklahoma City, and Luther.
Oklahoma County treasurer primary
Registered Democrats and independents chose Brandon Kirkpatrick, who beat Tom Guild with more than 61% of the vote, to take on Republican incumbent Butch Freeman in the general election.
This article originally appeared on Oklahoman: Oklahoma County election results for commissioners and treasurer races