Andrew W. Griffin | November 20, 2014
OKLAHOMA CITY - For the first time in Oklahoma history, registered Republican voters outnumber registered Democrat voters, on a report released today by the Oklahoma State Election Board.
As of Thursday morning, there were 884,136 registered Republicans and 883,876 registered Democrats. Also included were 258,651 independent voters and eight Americans Elect voters.
Political junkies have been predicting that sometime during the fall of 2014 that the flip would occur.
For the county-by-county breakdown, go here.
Note: Back in January 2013, I correctly guessed the OKGOP would pass the ODP in 2014.