Carter County, Oklahoma

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Carter County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma.wikipedia
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Ardmore, Oklahoma

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Its county seat is Ardmore.
Ardmore is a business, cultural, and tourism city in and the county seat of Carter County, Oklahoma, United States.

Arbuckle Mountains

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The county contains parts of several physiographic regions, including the Arbuckle Mountains, the Coastal Plains, the Red Bed plains and the Cross Timbers.
They lie in Murray, Carter, Pontotoc, and Johnston counties.

Ardmore, Oklahoma micropolitan area

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Carter County is part of the Ardmore, OK Micropolitan Statistical Area.
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Texoma

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It is also a part of the Texoma region.
Ardmore µSA, covering Carter County.

Chickasaw Nation

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Prior to statehood, the present Carter County, Oklahoma, was part of Pickens County in the Chickasaw Nation of Indian Territory.
Their tribal jurisdictional area is in Bryan, Carter, Coal, Garvin, Grady, Jefferson, Johnston, Love, McClain, Marshall, Murray, Pontotoc, and Stephens counties in Oklahoma.

U.S. Route 70 in Oklahoma

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It serves the cities of Ardmore, Durant, Hugo, and Idabel, as well as Tillman, Cotton, Jefferson, Carter, Marshall, Bryan, Choctaw, and McCurtain counties.

Oklahoma State Highway 53

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It connects Walters in Cotton County to Gene Autry in Carter County.

Interstate 35 in Oklahoma

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I-35 maintains a near-due north–south course through Love and Carter Cos.

Washita River

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The northern part of the county drains to the Washita River, while several creeks drain the southern part directly to the Red River.
It cuts through the Oklahoma counties of Roger Mills, Custer, Washita, Caddo, Grady, Garvin, Murray, Carter, and Johnston before emptying into Lake Texoma, which is the modern border between Bryan County and Marshall County.

Cross Timbers

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The county contains parts of several physiographic regions, including the Arbuckle Mountains, the Coastal Plains, the Red Bed plains and the Cross Timbers.
In Oklahoma, this belt of woodland covers all of Marshall County and parts of Love, Carter, Johnston, and Bryan counties, but in Texas, this region exists as a long, very narrow strip of dense forest stretching from the Red River to just north of Waco, Texas.

Marshall County, Oklahoma

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Marshall County (southeast)
Carter County (northwest)

Johnston County, Oklahoma

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Johnston County (east)
Carter County (west)

Stephens County, Oklahoma

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Stephens County (northwest)
Carter County (southeast)

Murray County, Oklahoma

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Murray County (northeast)
Carter County (southwest)

Jefferson County, Oklahoma

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Jefferson County (southwest)
Carter County (northeast)

Healdton, Oklahoma

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Healdton is a city in Carter County, Oklahoma, United States.

1996 United States presidential election in Oklahoma

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, this is the last election in which Sequoyah County, Nowata County, Caddo County, Craig County, Kiowa County, Mayes County, Osage County, Tillman County, Seminole County, Pontotoc County, Garvin County, Cotton County, Carter County, Greer County, Le Flore County, Murray County, Harmon County, Bryan County, McCurtain County, Coal County, Pittsburg County, Johnston County, Marshall County, Jefferson County, Love County, Atoka County, Okfuskee County, Pawnee County, and Pushmataha County voted for a Democratic presidential candidate.