Polls have closed in Oklahoma for midterm elections that will decide who will be the state's next governor, plus who will be the state's newest congressman.

Polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

The race for the open governor's seat topped Oklahoma's contests, which include other statewide offices and legislative seats, plus congressional races.

The News-Star will be following the results of local races, including District Attorney, Associate District Judge and District 26 House of Representatives.  Watch for updates.