Just over 83% of Washita County voters who cast ballots in the November 8 General Election voted for Donald Trump for President of the United States.
According to the Oklahoma State Election Board, 3,854 votes were cast for the Republican candidate, 588 (12.70%) voted for Hillary Clinton and 189 (4.08%) voted for Gary Johnson.
Statewide, 947,934 (65.3%) voted for Trump and 419,788 (28.9%) voted for Clinton. Johnson received 83,334 (5.7%) votes.
In the national vote, with the state of Michigan having only partial results and their 16 Electoral votes not represented, Donald Trump has tallied 60,375,961 votes, resulting in a current Electoral College count of 290.