Oklahoma City voters say health care, economy are top issues
Whether they voted for Obama or Romney, Oklahoma City voters shared similar concerns.
No matter which presidential candidate they selected, Oklahoma City voters reported jobs and the economy as their chief concerns Tuesday as they went to the polls.
Lines at Emmanuel Tabernacle Church, at NW 96 and Western Avenue, moved fairly quickly as voters crowded into the building to cast their ballots.
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