- Associated Press - Tuesday, August 26, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A spokesman for the Oklahoma Election Board says no major problems have been reported during the state’s primary runoff election.

Bryan Dean says minor problems often appear, such as machines needing to be replaced, but that there have been no major glitches reported during Tuesday’s voting.

Dean said there have been no reports on the size of turnout for the runoff.

Voters were met with afternoon temperatures approaching 100 degrees in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa, but ambulance company officials say they are not aware of anyone at a polling place needing medical attention.

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