Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY - Gov. Brad Henry says there is "still a good chance" that Barack Obama will visit Oklahoma before the Nov. 4 general election, despite the fact that the state will likely vote Republican in the presidential race. Henry says he and University of Oklahoma President David Boren are continuing to work to persuade Obama to keep a pledge to visit the state. The Democratic governor acknowledged the likelihood that Republican John McCain will win Oklahoma's seven electoral votes. But he said an Obama visit would have a significant impact on the general election. Henry guessed that political strategists for Obama would probably advise against using the candidate's "
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