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PoliticsEdit

On this page you can find rankings and statistics relating to Oklahoma and politics.


Electoral VotesEdit

As of 2008, Oklahoma has 7 electoral votes. This ranks Oklahoma 28th in States with the highest number of electoral votes[1].


Voting HabitsEdit

In 2004 Oklahoma had a youth voter turnout of 44%. This ranks Oklahoma 27th in the States in terms of greatest youth turnout. Youth voters are defined as being voters between the age of 18 and 24[2].

Oklahoma had 2,476,000 eligible voters in 2004. This ranks Oklahoma 28th of the States in terms of most voters[3]. Of these eligible voters, 59.2% voted in the 2004 presidential election, ranking Oklahoma 33 in voter turnout[4].

Party ControlEdit

In 1908 40% of seats in the Oklahoma legislature were filled by the Republican party. Accessed Apr 16 2009 at http://digital.library.okstate.edu/encyclopedia/entries/R/RE030.html</ref>.

References Edit

  1. Statemaster.com Presidential Elections Statistics. Accessed Oct 14 2008 at http://www.statemaster.com/graph/pre_2008_tot_ele_vot-elections-2008-total-electoral-votes
  2. Statemaster.com Presidential Elections Statistics. Accessed Oct 14 2008 at http://www.statemaster.com/graph/gov_200_ele_you_vot_tur-2004-election-youth-voter-turnout
  3. Statemaster.com Presidential Elections Statistics. Accessed Oct 14 2008 at http://www.statemaster.com
  4. Statemaster.com Presidential Elections Statistics. Accessed Oct 14 2008 at http://www.statemaster.com/graph/gov_200_tot_vot_as_per-2004-election-total-votes-percentage

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