Monday, March 25, 2019

Oklahoma Voter Registration Map, January 2019

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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. These statistics are from the annual January 15th report from the State Election Board. I'm a bit behind on posting these, but better late than never.

Since last January, the GOP has taken a one-voter lead(!) in Roger Mills County as well as taken the lead in Garvin and Carter counties. Looking forward, the next counties likely to fall to the red wave are Comanche (1.37% Democrat lead), Cotton (1.61% Democrat lead), Marshall (4.85% Democrat lead), Pontotoc (current 4.91% Democrat lead), and Kiowa (5.45% Democrat lead).

Coal County is now the lone county with over 70% registered Democrats -- but just barely (70.94%). Major County is the most polarized county, with 76.98% Republicans and 14.93% Democrats.

Comanche County has the highest percentage of registered Independent voters at 19.35%, while Payne County has the highest percentage of registered Libertarians at 0.662%.