According to the Oklahoma Election Board results, nearly half of the precincts have reported in the 2nd Congressional District, and only about 4,300 votes were counted, two-thirds coming in the Democratic primary. This is going to make for a very expensive election per vote for some of these candidates.
In 2010, there were interesting statewide primaries, including ones for governor. Still only about 24,000 people voted in the Republican primary for Congress that year. There are no statewide races to draw voters this year.
Precincts in the most populous counties in the district, including Rogers and Muskogee, are still to be counted.