Oklahoma sees 116k net increase in voter registrations

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OKLAHOMA (KNWA/KFTA) — Voter registration statistics for the month ending September 30 show a net increase of more than 116,000 registered voters since January 15 – including a net increase of more than 34,000 registered voters in the past month.

Vote stickers are seen at a satellite election office at Temple University’s Liacouras Center, Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Highlights of the Oklahoma’s September 30 voter registration statistics include:

  • Oklahoma has 2,206,208 total registered voters as of September 30, compared to 2,090,107 on January 15.
  • There are now 1,100,032 registered Republicans, 739,466 registered Democrats, 353,269 registered Independents, and 13,441 registered Libertarians.
  • Since January 15, Republicans have seen a net gain of 91,463 registered voters, and are now about 49.9% of all registered voters.
  • Democrats have seen a net increase of 1,210 registered voters since January 15, and are now 33.5% of all registered voters.
  • There has been a net increase of 21,158 registered Independents since January 15, which are now 16% of all registered voters.
  • Libertarians have seen a net increase of 2,270 registered voters since January 15, and are less than 1% of registered voters.

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