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November 7, 2012

1.3 million Oklahomans cast ballots in election

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Election Board reports that 1.15 million of Oklahoma’s 2.1 million registered voters cast ballots on Election Day.

Including absentee voting by mail and early voting there were a total of 1.3 million votes cast for a turnout of about 62 percent.

Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax says the most votes were cast Tuesday in the presidential race. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney carried Oklahoma with 66.8 percent of the vote — although President Barack Obama was re-elected to a second term.

Ziriax says there were a few instances of election boards recounting their votes that delayed the count but nothing that affected the final totals.

County election boards will certify their results Friday and the state Election Board meets next Tuesday for final certification.

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Here are the latest, unofficial returns from Oklahoma by county in the race for President.

       Obama    Romney

Adair     2,110    4,362

Alfalfa     278    1,539

Atoka    1,241    3,534

Beaver    243    2,057

Beckham    1,413    5,496

Blaine    991    2,824

Bryan    3,533    9,188

Caddo    3,151    5,660

Canadian    10,533    35,615

Carter    4,907    12,213

Cherokee    6,137    8,151

Choctaw    1,494    3,572

Cimarron    115    1,082

Cleveland  24,883    41,906 (not all precincts reported)

Coal   648    1,709

Comanche    12,517    17,657

Cotton    657    1,796

Craig    11,746    3,552

Creek    7,114    18,964

Custer    2,358    7,442

Delaware    4,176    10,056

Dewey    301    1,769

Ellis    226    1,575

Garfield  4,732    15,176

Garvin  2,556    6,922

Grady  4,780    14,818

Grant   393    1,674

Greer    488    1,344

Harmon    264    659

Harper    173    1,261

Haskell   1,175    3,069

Hughes  1,370    2,836

Jackson    1,953    5,962

Jefferson    602    1,632

Johnston    1,134    2,644

Kay     4,624    11,498

Kingfisher   844    4,510

Kiowa    1,101    2,309

Latimer   1,169    2,620

LeFlore    4,658    11,172

Lincoln    3,265    9,542

Logan    4,686    12,297

Love    1,034    2,436

McClain    3,191    11,108

McCurtain 2,440    7,633

McIntosh  2,767    4,498

Major  446    2,700

Marshall  1,396    3,744

Mayes    4,822    9,634

Murray    1,540    3,606

Muskogee   9,943    13,392

Noble   1,142    3,484

Nowata    1,244    2,832

Okfuskee  1,251    2,328

Oklahoma    106,812    149,525

Okmulgee   5,416    7,712

Osage    6,695    11,218

Ottawa    3,220    5,937

Pawnee   1,813    4,228

Payne   9,193    16,467

Pittsburg    4,813    10,785

Pontotoc  3,934    8,921

Pottwatome   7,182    16,240

Pushmataha   1,043    3,087

Roger Mills   272    1,402

Rogers  9,146    27,531

Seminole    2,597    4,852

Sequoyah   4,193    9,573

Stephens    3,939    12,907

Texas   854    4,908

Tillman   906    1,813

Tulsa   82,633    144,908

Wagoner    37,773    20,848

Washington  5,532    15,667

Washita    821    3,482

Woods    670    2,725

Woodward   1,129    5,936

Totals   432,541    871,731

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