Redistricting Process: Legislative
Population Change (since 2000): 300,697
Governor: Mary Fallin (R)
Members of Congress: 4R, 1D
Party Control: Republican
2008: 34% Obama, 66% McCain
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New Districts by Party Representation
2010 Redistricting Changes:
Redistricting Process: The legislature is responsible for congressional redistricting, subject to gubernatorial veto. The legislature and the governor also have initial responsibility for legislative redistricting. If the legislature fails to redraw legislative districts within a certain timeline, then legislative redistricting becomes the responsibility of an Apportionment Commission. This seven-member commission consists of the Speaker of the House and Senate Speaker pro tem, two gubernatorial appointments, and the Lieutenant Governor as a non-voting member. SQ748, approved as an initiative by Oklahoma voters in November 2010, The Commission's membership was changed from its original three-member version.
Governor: Republican Mary Fallin
Legislature: Republicans control both chambers.
Number of Congressional Seats in 2011: 5 (no change from 2010)
2011 Ideal District Population: 750,270