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TULSA, OK -- The Democrats were also out trying to make an impact on voters on Saturday.
Tulsan's for Obama held a large pep-rally and march to support their favorite candidate and promote change.
"Predominately Oklahoma has been a red state, and we're just doing our best to make certain that we can put a dent in that and let people know that listen we're not just going to let it go easy, we're fighting for change, and we believe that senator Barack Obama is that change," said Michael Engram.
Obama supporters also went door-to-door talking with voters; overall they say they've handed out over 5,000 flyers.