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General Election Voting Begins Across Tulsa

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Line growing down the block at NW Tulsa polling place (Photo by K. Jackson) Line growing down the block at NW Tulsa polling place (Photo by K. Jackson)
The line grows at St. Mary's Church in South Tulsa. (photo by G. Larsen) The line grows at St. Mary's Church in South Tulsa. (photo by G. Larsen)
Voters in line at South County Recreation Center in Glenpool. Voters in line at South County Recreation Center in Glenpool.

After months of campaigns, its now up to the voters to choose in the 2012 General Election.

Constituents were met with long lines at most precincts across the metro area. Polls close at 7:00pm statewide.

There's more than just the presidential election at stake today. Numerous state and local questions, propositions and seats await voters' answers at the polls.

Click here to see more information about Oklahoma's state questions.


Make KTUL & Tulsa's Channel 8 your election headquarters tonight. Our homepage will feature everything election this evening including up to the minute returns.

Live coverage from local watch parties begins at 4:00pm on Channel 8 and continues in conjunction with ABC News through the evening.

 

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