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The Great Plains state is almost a sure bet for John McCain. For the past ten presidential elections, Oklahomans have put a Republican at the top of their ticket.
President Bush got 66 percent of the vote in the 2004 election, and many believe that this home of the American Bison boasts one of the most conservative congressional delegations.
While state polls suggest that voters will likely turn out for John McCain, he only didn't overwhelmingly win the state's Super Tuesday primary, only edging out Huckabee 37 to 33 percent.
But one thing is for sure, Oklahoma, which in Chocktaw, means 'Red People,' is definitely a red state.