National, county and state offices on the Nov. 7 ballot
Cimarron County voters will be asked to choose from a variety of candidates for nearly a dozen different races plus the retention of justices, and judges on Nov. 7
F Running for Governor, are incumbent Dem. Brad Henry and Rep. Ernest Istook.
F For Lt. Governor, Dem. Jari Askins, Rep. Todd Hiett, and Ind. E.Z. Million
F For State Auditor and Inspector, Dem. incumbent Jeff McMahan, and Rep. Gary Jones.
F For Attorney General, Dem. incumbent Drew Edmondson, and Rep. James Dunn.
F For State Treasurer, Dem. incumbent Scott Meacham, and Rep. Howard Barnett.
F For Superintendent of Public Instruction, Dem. incumbent Sandy Garrett and Rep. Bill Crozier.
F For Commissioner of Labor, Rep. incumbent Brenda Reneau and Dem. Lloyd Fields.
F For Insurance Commissioner, Dem. incumbent Kim Holland and Rep. Bill Case.
F For Corporation Commissioner, Rep. incumbent Bob Anthony and Dem. Cody Graves.
F For U.S. Rep. District 3, Rep. incumbent Frank Lucas and Dem. Sue Barton
F On judicial retention the ballot will ask if State Supreme court Justices Steven W. Taylor, Marian P. Opala, Yvonne Kauger, Tom Colbert and James E. Edmondson should be retained.
F For judges of the state court of criminal appeals, the ballot asks if Judges Arlene Johnson and David B. Lewis should be retained.
F For judges of the Oklahoma Court of civil appeals, the ballot will ask for a decision of retention for Jane Wiseman, Doug Gabbard II, Kenneth L. Buettner, Robert Dick Bell, E. Bay Mitchell III, and Carol Hanson.
F Voters living in Cimarron County District 3 will be asked to choose between Dem. incumbent Bill Percifield and Rep. Ernest Eslinger.
Four state questions are also on the ballot, another story in The Boise City news will explain each one.
Sales tax continuance
In addition Cimarron County voters will be asked to vote yes or no on Resolution 1-08-06 for continuance of the sales tax to support the Cimarron Memorial Hospital .
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