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.
The Chamber is encouraging voters to approve the state question on Medicaid expansion.
The Tulsa and OKC mayors have agreed that the payoff would be the city winning the challenge will have its flag flown at the city hall of the other.
Absentee voting can be more convenient for voters and keeps them away from potentially sick people.
The Oklahoma Standard prepares us to help each other in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic.
OK, Letís Count! is the message that Oklahomans will hear repeatedly this spring as the state is pushing its residents to accurately complete the 2020 census form.
Senator Jim Inhofe joined us Wednesday morning for our latest call aimed at getting members and businesses information they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As residents and businesses throughout Greater Oklahoma City grapple with the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber remains committed to providing leadership and resources for its members and businesses throughout the region.