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Presidential campaign contributions: Oklahoma pockets favor Clinton

Oklahomans voted for Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz in the primaries. However, neither of the Sooner State’s top picks made it as front runners in this year's presidential election. Instead, voters must decide to support either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. And financially, the traditionally red state is showing a lot of support for the Democratic nominee.

When it comes to campaign financing, Oklahoma has raised more money for Clinton than Trump, a lot more. In the first half of this year alone, Clinton received $914,199.03. Trump only received $28,210.10.

Here's a look at how much Oklahoma has raised overall for each candidate:

Both Clinton and Trump’s financing has come largely from the northeast portion of the state. This encompasses Bixby, Broken Arrow, Catoosa, Jenks, Oakhurst, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Sperry, Tulsa and Turley. 

Nationally, Clinton's campaign fundraising totals to $229.3 million, while Trump has only received $63.1 million.