Democrats Blumert, McAffrey headed for runoff in Oklahoma County commissioner primary
Carrie Blumert and Al McAffrey will meet in a runoff Aug. 28 to decide the Democratic nominee for District 1 Oklahoma County commissioner.
Longtime Democratic District 1 Commissioner Willa Johnson is retiring.
With all 91 precincts reporting, Blumert had 14,587 votes, or 45.8 percent, in Tuesday's primary to 8,747 votes, or 27.4 percent, for McAffrey.
Two others in the four-way race split the rest.
In the District 1 Republican primary, Brad Reeves had 11,294 votes, or 72.6 percent, to 4,266 votes, or 27.4 percent, for Chad Albee.
The winner will meet the Democratic nominee in the general election Nov. 6.
The GOP primary race to succeed Ray Vaughn as the District 3 commissioner was between Republicans Kevin Calvey and Rick Buchanan.
With all 84 precincts reporting, Calvey, a state representative from Oklahoma City, had 20,022 votes (51.9 percent) to 18,526 votes (48.1 percent) for Buchanan, Vaughn's chief deputy.