In a state with an economy and government reliant on diminishing oil revenue, voters will decide whether to repeal a law that's designed to spur oil development but help the at-times corrupt oil industry.
The state's Tea Party-backed superintendent created an intraparty rift over schools. Now, she's taking the fight to the next level and trying to unseat the incumbent governor from her own party.
It's up to voters in November to decide whether the state will change the way it funds public college scholarships.
In at least five gubernatorial races this fall, the outcome may depend on how well a third-party candidate fares.