With all the coverage of the inauguration and all eyes on the president-elect, you would think the whole country was behind the new president. But that's definitely not the case in Oklahoma, where not one single county voted for Barack Obama. Joining us to discuss how Oklahomans are viewing this day is Michael Cross, the State Capital Bureau Chief at KOSU in Oklahoma City.
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