Hulah Lake rancher/pipeline inspector Judd Strom unseated incumbent Travis Dunlap in House District 10 on Tuesday night. With all 26 precincts reporting, the unofficial results show Strom with 2,433 votes or 58.5 percent to Dunlap’s 1,720 votes or 41.4 percent. Strom will face Democrat Kevin Stacy, former Oklahoma Union superintendent, in the November general election. House District 10 encompasses Nowata County and parts of Washington and Osage counties. Strom won decisively in all three counties. In Nowata County, Strom collected 59 percent (575 votes) to Dunlap’s 41 percent (396 votes) with all 11 precincts reporting. In Osage County’s two precincts, Strom garnered 64 percent (192 votes) to Dunlap’s 36 percent (108 votes). In Washington County, Strom received 58 percent (1,666 votes) to Dunlap’s 52 percent (1,216 votes). Dunlap was elected in House District 10 in 2014, and was re-elected in 2016.