Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Oklahoma Voter Registration Map, January 2018

In the latest installment of my long-running Voter Registration Maps series, we will once again take a look at voter registration across the state.

Republicans continue making gains across the state, and now sit at 46.75% of all registered voters. Democrats are now at 38.18%, with Independents at 14.82%, and Libertarians at 0.243%.

Republicans went up 0.99%, Independents went up 0.2%, Libertarians went up 0.06%, and Democrats dropped 1.25%, for a net swing to the GOP of 2.24%.

Republicans took the lead in Mayes County, where they led by 5 registered voters (0.02%) as of January 15th, as well as in Osage and Washita Counties.

The next counties likely to fall to the GOP are Garvin (1.93% Democrat lead), Comanche (3.6% Democrat lead), Carter (5.2% Democrat lead), and Rogers Mills (6.33% Democrat lead).


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