Lon Critchfield, a retired bank executive from Edmond, said he is “very much against” the marijuana state question. He and his wife lived in Colorado, where recreational use of marijuana was legalized.
“It led to recreational marijuana, which I’m convinced leads to more serious addictions,” he said.
He voted with his wife on Thursday because they weren’t sure if they’d be able to make it to the polls Tuesday.
Critchfield noted the negative rhetoric and “very smearing” remarks between Attorney General Mike Hunter and one of his opponents, Gentner Drummond.
He said he had a hard time deciding in the governor’s race, but he voted for Tulsa businessman Kevin Stitt because “we need some outsider to come in and clean the swamp.”
“I am basically against career politicians,” Critchfield said.