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Pres. Obama is the projected winner of the 2012 presidential election.

As of early Wednesday morning he has 303 Electoral College votes, Gov. Romney has 203.

All Oklahoma State Questions passed.

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Even though Oklahoma voted for Gov. Mitt Romney, Pres. Obama won the required Electoral College votes and is the projected election winner.

Rep. James Lankford, Rep. ReFrank Lucas, Rep. Tom Cole and Sheriff Whetsel all celebrated victories as expected.

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State Questions:

All State Questions passed.

PASSED: SQ 758: Limiting ad valorem taxation on valuation increases

PASSED: SQ 759: Prohibits certain preferential treatment or discrimination

PASSED: SQ 762: Modifies the power and authority of the Governor and Pardon and Parole Board in the parole process for nonviolent offenders

PASSED: SQ 764: Creates the Water Infrastructure Credit Enhancement Reserve Fund; allows the OWRB to issue bonds

PASSED: SQ 765: Repeals sections of the Constitution relating to the Department of Public Welfare, its commission and director; grants the Legislature the authority to create and direct the administration of a department to provide for public welfare

PASSED: SQ 766: Exempts all intangible personal property from ad valorem taxation

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