You say ‘Ohio,’ I say ‘Oklahoma’ 

Credit: Brad Gregg

That’s because it’s actually footage of Oklahoma City.

Sarah Burris, Dwight Clark and other locals noticed the shot of E. Sheridan in Bricktown in the spot. Burris speculated that the error might have something to do with the states’ close proximity, alphabetically speaking.

Does this mean we’ll soon see an ad about Oklahoma with footage of Ohio? It’s unlikely any nationwide presidential campaign ad would focus on our state. After all, the candidates like to talk about swing states.

And we’re no political scientists, but we’ll go out on a limb and call Oklahoma for Romney. Yes, even after he mixed us up with the Buckeye State — Chicken-Fried News has a hunch Oklahoma will stay red.

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