Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Oklahoma Voter Registration Map, January 2017

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It's that time again - updates for my Voter Registration Maps series are coming up over the next several days.

Republicans continue making major gains across the state, and now sit at 45.76% of all registered voters. Democrats have fallen below 40% for the first time ever, numbering just 39.43% statewide. In every past map I'v done, they had at least one county with a 60% lead; that is no longer the case. Independents are at 14.62%, and Libertarians have 0.18% (3,967 voters).

Republicans took the lead in Beckham, Delaware, Nowata, Pawnee, Pottawatomie, and Stephens counties. Three other counties totter on the brink, with Democrats holding razor-thin margins in Mayes County (2.28% lead), Osage County (1.94% lead), and Washita County (0.94% lead)

I'll be getting more updates posted on this series soon.


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