Gov. Brad Henry announced the winning
His office said more than 148,000 votes were cast.
"Oklahomans have spoken and the results are clear," Henry said of the online vote.
The No. 2 design proposal won handily. Earning more than 50 percent of the vote, it beat out competing illustrations that featured representations of the Pioneer Woman, a gushing oil derrick, waving wheat, a windmill and a calumet.
The final vote tally:
What do you think? Are you happy with the Oklahoma quarter design?