Economy on the minds of early voters in Oklahoma

EDMOND, OK. (AP) - The state of the economy is weighing on the minds of voters in Oklahoma on Super Tuesday.

Tricia Tetreault of Edmond says if gas prices rise to $6 a gallon, "whoever is going to promise to take care of that and fix it" will win the election. She cast a reluctant vote for Newt Gingrich because she's not happy with the rest of the Republican field.

In Moore, University of Oklahoma student Rendon Chambers says he voted for Mitt Romney because he thinks the former Massachusetts governor has a better economic plan than his GOP rivals. And he says Romney can work with members of both parties.

Ginny Freeman of Moore says no Republican candidates are making women's issues a priority. She voted for President Barack Obama in the Democratic primary.

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