Our new website is live!

Over the past several months, we’ve been hard at work on a total redesign of our website. Now the new site is live!

If you’re not familiar with all of the resources at okpolicy.org, it’s a great time to check them out. On the new and improved website, you can:

Get the Numbers You Need: The Number of the Day brings you one key statistic about Oklahoma, updated every weekday. With the County-Level Data App, you can easily access data on every county in Oklahoma and statewide. We’ve also preparedfactsheets for each Oklahoma county with rankings and statistics on how they compare statewide.

Learn How Our Government Works: The 2012 Legislative Primer describes Oklahoma’s legislative and budget processes and identifies key decision-makers at the Capitol. The Online Budget Guide is an in-depth manual on how Oklahoma’s state and local governments collect and spend money.

Stay Informed: In The Know is a daily briefing on the most important Oklahoma news, drawing from dozens of newspapers, TV stations, and blogs. The Weekly Wonk offers a quick summary of each week’s events, publications, and blog posts by OK Policy. If you haven’t already, you can sign up here to receive them for free in your email inbox each morning.

Read High-Quality Information and Analysis: The OK Policy Blog is updated multiple times per week with new policy analysis. You can also find our many fact sheets and longer reports organized by issue area here, or browse through all of our publications here.

All of this material is provided for free to anyone interested in Oklahoma politics and government, but we rely on your support to keep it that way. If you appreciate the information we provide, please consider making a donation today.


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.

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