Oklahoma’s socially conservative values have made it impossible for Democrats to win the governor’s seat.
Joe Hartman and Cassi Peters from Skyfire Media joined the show this week to talk about what this month’s midterm elections mean for Democrats in Oklahoma and what lessons there are to learn for a party looking to rebuild itself.
Eastern Oklahoma County appears to be home to some of the metro’s most partisan voters, while the John Kilpatrick Turnpike serves as a dividing line between Republicans and Democrats.
The GOP’s dominance covers all communities and neighborhoods, whether urban, rural or suburban.
For the record, I support any and all choices to live a full, nourishing life, and gobs of Oklahomans are doing vital work all over the country.
Democrats believe OKC can become a base, but despite changing demographics there hasn’t been a shift in election results.
In the latest campaign ad from Fallin, Dorman is painted as a mini-Obama.
Registered Democrats outnumber registered Republicans in Oklahoma — really, they do.
Oklahoma Republicans are at no risk of losing power of the Legislature this November, in part because of a lack of Democratic challengers and electoral math that remains stacked in the GOP’s favor.
Tuesday’s primary runoff elections solidified contests for the November general election, while a few races determined the ultimate winner by default.