Oklahoma went all red for Mitt Romney on Tuesday night, almost the moment polls closed, but there were some pockets of blue in the state going against the GOP tide.
The bluest county in the state was Cherokee County, where 43 percent of the vote went to President Barack Obama.
That was followed closely by Muskogee and Oklahoma counties, which each had roughly 42 percent of the vote going to Obama.
In Oklahoma County 72 of 257 precincts — nearly one-quarter — supported President Barack Obama, and most of those were in the heart of Oklahoma City.
Other areas that predominately were in support of Obama were areas with a high Hispanic population south of downtown Oklahoma City and eastern Oklahoma City stretching toward Nicoma Park and Choctaw.
The suburbs and rural areas tended to support Romney.
Voters in Nichols Hills, an upscale community just outside the city center, also predominately supported Romney.
Three precincts — located south of NE 23 and bisected by Interstate 35 — had more than 98 percent of voters support Obama.
Three precincts in the far northwestern corner of Oklahoma County had the highest support for Romney in the county at more than 84 percent of the vote.