The following results are how Oklahoma voted:
President of the United States:

(Rep) Donald Trump, Michael Pence 947,934 or 65.33 percent

(Dem) Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine 419,788 28.93 percent

(Lib) Gary Johnson, Bill Weld 83,334 or 5.74 percent

The following results are how Oklahoma voted:

President of the United States:

(Rep) Donald Trump, Michael Pence 947,934 or 65.33 percent

(Dem) Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine 419,788 28.93 percent

(Lib) Gary Johnson, Bill Weld 83,334 or 5.74 percent

U.S. Senator:

(Rep) James Lankford 979,728 or 67.75 percent

(Dem) Mike Workman 355,389 or 24.57 percent

(Lib) Robert Murphy 43,345 or 3 percent

(Ind) Sean Braddy 40,322 or 2.79 percent

(Ind) Mark T. Beard 27,357 or 1.89 percent

U.S. Representative District 5:

(Rep) Steve Russell percent 160,012 or 57.10 percent

(Dem) Al McAffrey percent 103,122 or 36.80 percent

(Lib) Zachary Knight percent 17,084 or 6.10 percent

State Representative House District 26:

(Rep) Dell Kerbs 7.422 or 55.81 percent

(Dem) Nick Atwood 5,876 or 44.19 percent

State Representative House District 27:

(Rep) Josh Cockroft 11,282 or 75.86 percent

(Dem) John Karlin 3,590 or 24.14 percent

State Representative House District 28:

(Rep) Tom Newell 8,166 or 66.81 percent

(Dem) Marilyn Rainwater 4,056 or 33.19 percent

State Questions:

SQ 776 Death penalty Yes 941,336 or 66.37 percent

SQ 777 Right to farm No 863,752 or 60.29 percent

SQ 779 1-cent edu tax No 852,641 or 59.41 percent

SQ 780 reclassify offenses Yes 829,928 or 58.23 percent

SQ 781 mental health, rehab for low-level offenders Yes 794,341 or 56.21 percent

SQ 790 religion on state property No 808,248 or 57.12 percent

SQ 792 alcohol modernization Yes 938,543 or 65.61 percent

Results gathered from ok.gov.

IMPORTANT! These are unofficial, unverified results. Election results are posted to this website as they are received at the Oklahoma State Election Board from county election boards and will not include provisional ballot results until after 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11. Results shown here are subject to contest and recount and are neither final nor official until they are certified by the appropriate election board.

Unless a contest of election or a petition for recount has been filed, results will be certified by county election boards not earlier than 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11. Results of a race in which a contest of election or a petition for recount has been filed cannot be certified until the contest has been heard or the recount has been completed.