Sunday, August 01, 2010


  1. I think that those results, specifically the actual numbers, that 11 counties failed to cast 510 votes could greatly account for Brogdon's failure, if he could have had a greater turn out in those areas, especially in the NE portion of the state where he should have done strongly, he could have possibly forced a run off...however I was amazed at the low turn out in the first and second district, yet we broke the record for Republican turn out in a gubernatorial primary, which tells me that the bulk of the voting was done in CD 5...

  2. Brogdon would still need a stronger showing in Lawton and McAlister areas. Over 80% of the registered Republicans in Oklahoma are in the counties surrounding I-44.

  3. People all across the State need to get more involved in their government. Where they are, it works! I and about half a dozen others worked hard for Randy in LeFlore County, and delivered!

    Bobbie McAuliffe


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