Gains and Losses: A Reflection on the 2018 Oklahoma Midterm Election

Gains and Losses: A Reflection on the 2018 Oklahoma Midterm Election

This morning Oklahoma’s newly elected State Representatives all met up at the capitol to take an oath of office, promising to uphold Oklahoma’s Constitution and values. For many, the past few months have been arduous, as the journey to successful election is not a...
Know Your Rights at the Polls

Know Your Rights at the Polls

Election Day is just around the corner, and we hope you are fully prepared to exercise your right to determine the future of your community! On November 6, Oklahoma and the nation will vote in the midterm elections and select the best candidates for a number of local,...

Somber and Defiant

Somber and defiant, a thirteen-foot Native American woman clad in bronze stands with her back to the Oklahoma State Capitol. She is a monument placed in tribute to the resilience of the Native American people. But today she stands in irony. A symbol of lip service...

How to Vote in Oklahoma

Important Words to Know District: Oklahoma is divided into districts, or areas made of different zip codes. There are two types of districts: house districts and senate districts. Everyone lives in a particular house district and a particular senate district Polling...
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