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The Chamber recently released its public policy priorities for 2021. Read on for excerpts of key issues at the state, local and federal level.
On Thursday, Jan. 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., a panel of Republican and Democratic leadership will give their input on the biggest issues facing our state and how our elected officials plan to address those issues.
U.S. Rep-elect Bice will give an overview of her priorities as she begins her role as representative for Oklahoma’s 5th congressional district.
The nonpartisan election will decide who represents those Wards on the Council for the next four-year term, which ends in April 2025.
The Chamber has assigned scores to legislators based on priority issues advocated by the Chamber.
The Election Board is encouraging people to request ballots now if they have concerns about in-person voting.
The Census deadline has been moved to Sept. 30.