In her 20-point win, Gov.-elect Mary Fallin colored the Oklahoma map red–but not completely. She won all but four counties, according to preliminary totals compiled by the Associated Press early this morning.
Fallin won 55 counties by double digits. As you can see, she also performed well in Little Dixie, a longtime Democratic stronghold, although her lead wasn’t as big as it was in the Panhandle or the northwest part of the state. Askins won Comanche County by just 123 votes, according to the AP tally.
Below is a quick map I put together showing Fallin’s percentage-point leads over Jari Askins in each county. Click the image for a larger view.
Written by Paul Monies