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April 23, 2012

State election board rules for Smith

Ada — The Oklahoma Election Board has ruled Republican Fred Smith is eligible to run against incumbent state Sen. Susan Paddack, D-Ada. Paddack filed papers challenging Smith eligibility last week. The state board ruled allegations of a criminal record were not enough to disqualify him.

Ada News City Editor Randy Mitchell on his way back from OKC now. More details will follow.

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