The line of people snakes along the gymnasium walls as voting starts at 7 am at precinct 137 in Oklahoma City Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. Photo by Paul B. Southerland, The Oklahoman
- Heavy voter turnout reported in Oklahoma - 2012-11-06
- Oklahoma City voters say health care, economy are top issues - 2012-11-06
- GOP picks up two seats in the Oklahoma Senate - 2012-11-06
- Republicans Markwayne Mullin, Jim Bridenstine win U.S. House seats in Oklahoma - 2012-11-06
- Oklahoma's ballot measures draw support in early returns - 2012-11-06
- John Whetsel wins fifth term as Oklahoma County sheriff - 2012-11-06
- Obama powers to re-election despite weak economy - 2012-11-06
- Oklahoma voters waited in line for hours after polls closed Tuesday - 2012-11-07
- Romney captures all 77 counties in Oklahoma - 2012-11-06
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