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2004 Oklahoma Republican presidential primary

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2004 Oklahoma Republican presidential primary

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41 Republican National Convention delegates
The number of delegates received is determined by the popular vote
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Candidate George W. Bush Bill Wyatt
Home state Texas California
Delegate count 41 0
Popular vote 59,577 6,621
Percentage 90.0% 10.0%

The 2004 Oklahoma Republican presidential primary was held on February 3 in the U.S. state of Oklahoma as one of the Republican Party's statewide nomination contests ahead of the 2004 presidential election. Incumbent President George W. Bush easily won the primary with 90% of the vote against his only opponent on the ballot, Bill Wyatt, who unexpectedly won 10% of the vote.


2004 Oklahoma Republican presidential primary[1]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[2]
George W. Bush 59,577 89.98 41
Bill Wyatt 6,635 10.02 0
Total 66,198 100% 41

Source: "2004 Oklahoma Republican presidential primary", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 31st),

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  1. ^ "Oklahoma State Election Board - 2004 Presidential Preferential Primary Election". Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  2. ^ "Oklahoma Republican Delegation 2004". Retrieved 2020-03-25.

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