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2012 Oklahoma Democratic presidential primary

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2012 Oklahoma Democratic presidential primary

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50 Democratic National Convention delegates (45 pledged, 5 unpledged)
The number of pledged delegates received is determined by the popular vote
President Barack Obama, 2012 portrait crop.jpg
Randall Terry at forum crop.jpg
Candidate Barack Obama Randall Terry
Home state Illinois West Virginia
Delegate count 35 7
Popular vote 64,389 20,312
Percentage 57.10% 18.01%

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Candidate Jim Rogers Darcy Richardson
Home state Oklahoma Florida
Delegate count 3 0
Popular vote 15,546 7,201
Percentage 13.79% 6.39%

Oklahoma Democratic Presidential Primary Results by County, 2012.svg
Election results by county
  Barack Obama
  Randall Terry
  Jim Rogers

The 2012 Oklahoma Democratic presidential primary took place on March 6, 2012. President Obama faced four challengers in the primary, with candidate Randall Terry taking 12 counties and candidate Jim Rogers winning in three counties. Candidates Bob Ely and Darcy Richardson also appeared on Oklahoma's ballot but failed to obtain a majority of votes in any county.


2012 Oklahoma Democratic
presidential primary[1]
Candidate Votes % Pledged
Barack Obama 64,389 57.10 35
Randall Terry 20,312 18.01 7
Jim Rogers 15,546 13.79 3
Darcy Richardson 7,201 6.39 0
Bob Ely 5,323 4.72 0
Total 112,771 100% 45

See also


  1. ^ "OK - Election Results". Retrieved 2020-03-26.
  2. ^ "Oklahoma Democratic Delegation 2012". Retrieved 2020-03-26.
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