Second Congressional District
Oklahoma's Second Congressional
District covers approximately the eastern one-fourth
of the state. The district borders Kansas (to
the north), Missouri and Arkansas (to the east),
and Texas (along the Red River, to the south).
Altogether, the district includes (in whole
or in part) a total of 24 counties. The district
includes the remainder of Rogers County (including
the county seat of Claremore) that is not taken
by District 1, and then, also, all of the following
counties: Nowata, Craig, Ottawa, Mayes, Delaware,
Cherokee, Okmulgee, Muskogee, Sequoyah, Okfuskee,
McIntosh, Haskell, LeFlore, Hughes, Pittsburg,
Latimer, Coal, Atoka, Pushmatah, McCurtain,
Choctaw, Bryan and Johnston.
Some of the principal cities in
the district include Miami, Claremore, Muskogee,
Tahlequah, Okmulgee, McAlester and Durant.
The northern half of district
2 includes most of the area of Oklahoma referred
to as Green Country, while the southern half
of the district includes a part of Oklahoma
often referred to as Little Dixie.