One of the Republican front runners makes a brief stop for two events in Oklahoma City.
The newest member of the State Senate gets sworn in to fill a district which only lasts one year.
Polls are opening on Tuesday for a special election in Senate District 43 to pick a representative who will only be in the State Capitol for one session.
Special election dates to replace a Southeast Oklahoma State Representative who died earlier this month have been set.
Four Republicans filled out the paperwork to run for a state Senate seat in Oklahoma and Cleveland County, but only two will make it on the ballot along with two Democrats.