It's statewide runoff election day; residents will head to the polls and cast their votes, which will narrow the field of candidates running for several offices.

It's statewide runoff election day; residents will head to the polls and cast their votes, which will narrow the field of candidates running for several offices.

Republicans and Libertarians will choose their favorite November candidate for governor: Chris Powell and Rex Lawhorn are running on the Libertarian ticket; Mick Cornett and Kevin Stitt are in a runoff to represent the Republicans. In November, the two party winners will face Drew Edmonson, who secured the Democrat ticket in June.

Republicans Dana Murphy and Matt Pinnell are seeking to move ahead to the next round regarding the lieutenant governor position.

Running in the primary for state Auditor and Inspector are Republicans Cindy Byrd and Charlie Prater.

A pair of Republicans are vying for Attorney General: Incumbent Mike Hunter and Gentner Drummond.

Seeking the represent the Republican Party in the race for Superintendent of Public Instruction are Incumbent Joy Hofmeister and Linda Murphy.

Candidates Cathy Costello and Leslie Osborn are seeking to represent Republicans as the state's Commissioner of Labor.

Up for Corporation Commissioner, Democrats Ashley Nicole McCray and Blake Cummings, as well as Republicans Bob Anthony and Brian Bingman hope to get to the final round in November.

Battling for the Democrat ticket for U.S. Rep. District 5 are Kendra Horn and Tom Guild.

In a race more specific to Pottawatomie County, Democrats Terry Hopkins and Bruce Bushong are seeking to move ahead to the November race for state Rep. District 26. The winner will try to take the seat away from Incumbent Dell Kerbs.

For state Rep. District 27, Republicans Danny Sterling and Dave Spaulding are battling for that seat.

Winning candidates who remain with other-party opposition will continue to campaign until the Nov. 6 election.

Also, Macomb School District has placed a $400,000 bond issue on today's ballot in hopes of purchasing four new school buses. Bond issues must pass with a 60 percent supermajority.

Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today.

Oct. 12 is the last day to register for residents planning to vote in November.