Redistricting means changes for some Oklahoma lawmakers and voters

Oklahoma’s shifting population means new district lines for the Oklahoma House of Representatives. And redistricting means changes for some lawmakers and their constituents.

“I lost about half of Atoka County,” said Rep. Justin Humphrey (R-District 19). “I kept a small part of the Lane and Farris area, and lost most of Atoka County, but I picked up Bryan County.”

House Speaker Charles McCall gained what had been Humphrey’s portion of Atoka County for his House District 22.
“Since the state’s redistricting that they do every 10 years, Charles McCall’s area gets larger to the east, so he will be my representative again,” said Atoka County resident Ricky Chase.