CARTER COUNTY, OK -- Voters will head to the polls tomorrow across Oklahoma for the primary elections.
several contested local races are on the ballot.
District 49 state representative Tommy Hardin is being challenged by Kyle Chatham. The winner will take on democrat Jessica Pfau in November.
Voters will also decide whether current District Attorney Craig Ladd will serve another term.
Ladd, a democrat, faces off against Ed Frock. The winner faces un-opposed Republican challenger Kimberly Tressler in November.
Carter County voters will also elect a new associate district judge.
Carter county election board secretary, Diane Hall, says more than 300 residents voted during the early elections and they're hoping for an even better turnout tomorrow.
"The polls open at 7 AM and we close at 7 P.M. so anytime during that time you can vote," said Hall.
On the state level, Oklahoma voters will choose their U.S. Senators-- as both Tom Coburn and Jim Inhofe's seats are up for grabs.
and U.S. Congressmen, Tom Cole and Mark Wayne Mullin, are being challenged in their own parties and in November.