Oklahoma voters have decided to send U.S. Rep. Tom Cole back to Washington.
Cole (R-Moore) was leading challenger Mary Brannon 62 percent to 34 percent with the Associated Press called the race just before 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Cole, 69, has been serving in Congress since 2003 and is a Deputy Majority Whip.
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