Your guide to this year’s Oklahoma state questions

sq-fact-sheetsToday we published a series of fact sheets on each of the state questions on Oklahoma ballots this year. In addition to state and national races, voters will decide seven state questions on topics including the death penalty, regulation of agriculture, a sales tax for education, criminal justice reform, the use of public resources for religious purposes, and alcohol law reform.

Each fact sheet includes a brief summary of the state question, background information, what supporters and opponents are saying, and the language that will be on Oklahoma ballots. The fact sheets also include a list of links to other resources, such as media coverage and the websites of campaigns for and against the state question. We’ll continue to update and add to these links as we get closer to election day.

Let us know if you have any questions about this resource or suggestions for what we can add to help inform Oklahomans about the important decisions they’ll be making on November 8!

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Gene Perry worked for OK Policy from 2011 to 2019. He is a native Oklahoman and a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in history and an M.A. in journalism.

One thought on “Your guide to this year’s Oklahoma state questions

  1. Thank you for giving “voice” and explaining in detail, (in an unbiased and factual way) all state questions coming up during this election year. Definitely helps me with that “informed decision” I want to make. HOW I vote is for myself and ballot box only!

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