Oklahoma’s 2022 General Elections

Oklahoma Candidates and Election Information Everything You Need to Know About Voting in Oklahoma (2022 General Election) [Together Oklahoma] 2022 Oklahoma Voter Guide [League of Women Voters of Oklahoma] 2022 Election Guide [Let’s Fix This] Oklahoma Retention Ballot of Judges… Read more [More...]

Judges on the Ballot in Oklahoma: What You Need to Know

Oklahoma is one of 39 states where voters have a role in selecting judges. On Nov. 8, 2022, Oklahoma voters will decide whether to retain four Supreme Court justices and five Court of Civil Appeals judges. In addition, voters in… Read more [More...]

Make your voice heard: Vote absentee!

[Download this information sheet as a printable PDF] – – – To help Oklahomans understand the processes of Oklahoma’s absentee voter process, OK Policy and Together Oklahoma have developed this overview for the Nov. 8, 2022 general election. Absentee voting… Read more [More...]

Oklahoma’s state question process should be protected

Legislators this session have filed several bills that would increase the threshold for citizen-led petitions or raise the bar needed to approve them once they’re on the ballot. State questions have played a vital role in enacting needed change — we should not be creating more barriers in this process.  [More...]

Redistricting in Oklahoma (Guest Post: Jan Largent)

The district maps are mostly fair and well-drawn. Unfortunately, though, the congressional map is gerrymandered. [More...]

SQ 814: Decrease Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund Payments and Fund Medicaid Program Amendment

State Question 814 would amend the Oklahoma Constitution to change the way Oklahoma’s tobacco settlement money is distributed.  [More...]

SQ 805: Criminal History in Sentencing and Sentence Modification Initiative

State Question 805 would amend the Oklahoma Constitution to end the use of sentence enhancements for people convicted of nonviolent crimes [More...]

A closer look at SQ 802 results dispels myth that Oklahomans voted against their self-interest

A look at the results with attention to more than surface-level detail reveals a more accurate picture of the election: close vote counts in most precincts, a correlation between votes and income, and a strong impact from American Indian communities. [More...]

Oklahoma’s primary is Tuesday | Get out and vote (safely)

On Tuesday, Oklahomans will go to the polls for the statewide primary election, which also includes State Question 802 to expand Medicaid. If you have not already cast an absentee ballot or participated in early voting, polls will be open for in person voting from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.  [More...]

What we know about Oklahoma’s 2020 legislative elections

As the June 30th primaries approach, we already know that the 2020 elections will look very different than 2018. Here are five things we know about the upcoming races and their implications within the Oklahoma Legislature. [More...]