Oklahoma Congressional Redistricting, State Question 357 (1956)
- Yes: 391,453 (56.8%)
- No: 297,628 (43.2%) . For State Question 357 to have been approved, it needed a supermajority vote of 433,549 "yes" votes.
It was an initiated state statute.
The objective of the measure was to redraw the lines of the Oklahoma's congressional districts following the U.S. Census completed in 1950.
60,259 signatures were filed to qualify it for the ballot.
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