It was a historic turnout in Oklahoma yesterday for the Primary Election. State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax says 891,654 Oklahomans cast ballots on the medical marijuana state question. That compares to 824,831 people who voted during the 2014 General Election and 795,765 in the 2016 Presidential Primary Election. "We hope this level of voter engagement continues in the Runoff Primary on August 28 and the General Election on November 6," Ziriax said.
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