Registration for the Oklahoma City University Meinders School of Business Leadership & Public Administration Certificate Programs will open Oct. 26 to anyone seeking elected office or those wanting to learn more about what it is like to serve as an elected official on a school board, city council or state legislature.
Have you made a plan for voting on Nov. 3? You can also vote earlier and be around fewer people. Read about your options for casting your ballot.
Whatís more patriotic than firing off all the firecrackers you can on July 4? Voting, of course! Read through this check list to see if youíre ready for Nov. 3.
The Election Board is encouraging people to request ballots now if they have concerns about in-person voting.
If approved by voters, SQ 805 would end the use of repeat sentence penalties for nonviolent offenses.
While the deadline to get your absentee ballot has passed, you still have time to make your plan for getting to the polls, with early voting starting on Thursday. Oh wait, you didn’t know there was an election on June 30? Read more about what’s on the ballot.
Any registered voter in Oklahoma may vote by absentee ballot to avoid the long lines and health concerns that might present themselves on Election Day.