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The Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City. (mrlaugh/Flickr)
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From its state legislature and governor to its congressional delegation, Oklahoma is a solidly Republican state. So while polls and political analysts predict a Trump victory, several key ballot questions are causing a stir.

One of them, called "Right to Farm," limits government restrictions on farming. Another focuses on alcohol sales.

Here & Now's Robin Young checks in with StateImpact Oklahoma reporter Logan Layden for the latest in Oklahoma politics.

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Logan Layden, reporter for StateImpact Oklahoma. He tweets @loganlayden.

This segment aired on October 4, 2016.

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