LOGAN LAYDEN: Losing Little Dixie: How Decades Of Democratic Dominance Came To An End In Southeast Oklahoma


“Southeast Oklahoma is an unusual place, politically. Many southerners settled in the area after the Civil War, leading to its nickname “Little Dixie.”

Through the 20th century, it became the center of political power in Oklahoma, and the Democratic Party dominated politics well into the late 1990s. Decades after the formerly “Solid South” had switched to the Republican Party, Democrats enjoyed an 8:1 voter registration advantage in southeast Oklahoma.” –  LOGAN LAYDEN

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