Here is a summary of the election results in Oklahoma: (View full map)


Mitt Romney secured an early victory in solidly red Oklahoma, beating Obama by a 2-to-1 margin, according to the Associated Press. In 2008, all of the Sooner State’s 77 counties went to Sen. John McCain.


In the state’s conservative-leaning 2nd District, Republican Markwayne Mullin defeated Democrat Rob Wallace. Mullin now assumes the seat that had been held by Rep. Dan Boren, who didn’t run for reelection and was the state’s last-remaining Democratic House member. Navy pilot Jim Bridenstine, a tea-party favorite who defeated five-term Rep. John Sullivan in the Republican primary in June, won the 1st District seat.

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