Oklahoma Democratic primary, 2004

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Oklahoma Democratic primary, 2004
Oklahoma
← 2000 February 3, 2004 (2004-02-03) 2008 →
  General Wesley Clark official photograph.jpg John Edwards, official Senate photo portrait.jpg John F. Kerry.jpg
Nominee Wesley Clark John Edwards John Kerry
Party Democratic Democratic Democratic
Home state Arkansas North Carolina Massachusetts
Popular vote 90,526 89,310 81,073
Percentage 29.94% 29.54% 26.81%

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Election results by county. Majorelle Blue denotes counties won by Clark, Light Blue denotes those won by Edwards, and Blue denotes those won by Kerry.

The Oklahoma Democratic primary, 2004, part of the process of selecting that party's nominee for President of the United States, took place on February 3, one of the seven nominating contests of 2004's "Mini-Tuesday". The primary election chose 40 pledged delegates to represent Oklahoma at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. The remainder of Oklahoma's 47 delegates consisted of unpledged superdelegates not bound by the results of the primary. The election was a closed primary, meaning that only registered Democrats could vote in this election. Wesley Clark won the primary by a razor-thin margin over John Edwards.

Candidates[edit]

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Results[edit]

Key: Withdrew
prior to contest
Oklahoma Democratic presidential primary, 2004[1]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates[2]
Wesley Clark 90,526 29.94% 15
John Edwards 89,310 29.54% 13
John Kerry 81,073 26.81% 12
Joe Lieberman 19,680 6.51% 0
Howard Dean 12,734 4.21% 0
Al Sharpton 3,939 1.30% 0
Dennis Kucinich 2,544 0.84% 0
Dick Gephardt 1,890 0.63% 0
Lyndon LaRouche 689 0.23% 0
Totals 302,385 100.00% 40

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Presidential Preferential Primary Election Results -- February 3, 2004". Oklahoma State Election Board. Archived from the original on February 13, 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-01. 
  2. ^ "2004 Presidential Democratic Primary Election Results - South Carolina". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 2009-03-01.