In Wichita County, the only countywide position that is so far not held by a republican is the tax assessor-collector seat.
And republican party officials say that shows some serious party strength in Wichita County.
Wichita County has an estimated 73,000 registered voters.
And republican party officials say more than half of those voters are with the GOP.
"We're at least 75% republican and I'm delighted that so many people have switched over cause many people have. Many of those that are elected started out as Democrats," says Donna Long, chairperson of the Wichita County Republican Party.
John Richie, who chairs the Wichita County Democratic Party, confirms that information saying several democrats have switched to the republican party over the past several years.
In fact, republican officials say their numbers continued growing through tuesday's general election.
"We were very strong in the primary. The turnout was exceptional. When we opened our campaign headquarters the number of people that came into the campaign headquarters showed strength that the county and the party and the calls that we all got and the people volunteering to work in the park was very, very encouraging," says Long.
According to Long, the republican party's dominance in countywide elections shows how strong it is.
And she and other officers say they will continue working hard to keep it that way.