Polls are open for Oklahoma voters to cast ballots in this year's presidential primary as Super Tuesday sweeps ten states across the country.
The polls opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday and will stay open until 7 p.m.
And don't forget your ID -- this marks the first statewide contest in which voters have to show proof of identification under a new law passed in 2010.
All four GOP candidates have visited the Sooner State to campaign.
Rick Santorum made a last-minute stop to the state over the weekend, while Herman Cain and former Oklahoma congressman J.C. Watts stumped for Gingrich Monday.
Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn recently endorsed Mitt Romney's bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
Polls from earlier in the week showed Santorum with the lead amongst Oklahoma voters.
On the Democratic ballot, four candidates are challenging President Barack Obama for the nomination -- Randall Terry, Darcy Richardson, Bob Ely and Jim Rogers.
Oklahoma has 40 of the 419 delegates up for grabs and for a candidate to capture all 40, they'll need 50% of the vote Tuesday.
Otherwise, the delegates will be split among the candidates.
Super Tuesday sees primaries in Ohio, Georgia, Massachusetts, Vermont, Virginia, Oklahoma and Tennessee, plus caucuses in Idaho, North Dakota and Alaska.
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