When I moved over here fifteen years ago, you’d have been able to characterize this area as center-right and leaning Republican. Redistricting came after 2010, and suddenly it was a virtually-even split. Precinct-level numbers for 2018 indicate Vastly Increased Blueness, as follows:
Governor: Edmondson (D) 836; Stitt (R) 375; Powell (L) 40.
Lt Governor: Pittman (D) 699; Pinnell (R) 467; Holmes (L) 79.
Attorney General: Myles (D) 737; Hunter (R) 504.
Congress District 5: Horn (D) 815, Russell (R) 430.
State Senate District 40: Hicks (D) 819; Howell (R) 379; Hensley (I) 43.
County Commissioner District 1: Blumert (D) 804; Reeves (R) 421.
The first three, all statewide races, were won by the GOP, but Democrats took the remainder. (There was no race for State House District 87; incumbent Collin Walke (D) drew no opposition.)
And that Congressional race was legitimately a squeaker: winner Kendra Horn pulled in 50.7 percent, a difference of about 3300 out of 238,000. She’s the first Democrat to represent District 5 since John Jarman switched to the GOP after the 1974 election.
Disclosure: I had a yard sign for Carri Hicks.