In Oklahoma, redistricting plans are enacted by the legislature and are subject to gubernatorial veto. Republicans control the legislature and Governor's office. If the legislature fails to adopt a plan for the state legislature, that redistricting is conducted by a 7-member commission comprised of the Lieutenant Governor (a non-voting member), the Attorney General, the Superintendant of Public Instruction, the State Treasurer, and two commissioners each respectively selected by the two legislative majority leaders.
Proposed Congressional Plan
Proposed State Senate Map
Adopted State House Plan - Enacting Legislation: HB 1198, signed into law by the Governor on May 13, 2021.