Statewide, registered Republicans increased from just over 1 million two years ago to 1.12 million early this year. Democratic registration declined from 738,256 to 696,723.
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The Election District Commission is holding meetings Wednesday, Thursday and Monday evenings to share six redistricting options and gather public feedback.
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"In the name of party both parties have cast aside the greater good found in collaboration and have cast aside 'We the People' in the process," said Tulsa resident Steven Davis.
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Sen. Jim Inhofe officially turned over the reins of the Armed Services Committee last week, and Sen. James Lankford relinquished control of the Ethics Committee as Democrats became the majority.
Voter registration: Republicans' advantage in registered voters in the state continued to grow over the past year, according to the Oklahoma State Election Board's annual Jan. 15 report.
"This is a medical issue, not a political one," said Tulsa resident Lora L. Marschall.
Sen. Allison Ikley-Freeman, D-Tulsa, faces Republican Cody Rogers in the Nov. 3 general election.
"I deeply resent the insinuation that people who are seriously ill should risk COVID-19 in order to vote," said Tulsa resident Lora L. Marschall.
HD 23 is one of several Republican-held seats on the periphery of the Tulsa metro area that Democrats are contesting at varying degrees of long odds.
Since Jan. 15, Republicans added 91,463 registered voters while independents saw an increase of 21,158 and Libertarians gained 2,270 new voters.
Broyles' campaign announced the endorsement Tuesday. She is a heavy underdog against the 85-year-old Jim Inhofe, who is seeking a fifth full term in the Senate.