The nonpartisan election will decide who represents Wards 2, 5, 6 and 8 on the Council for the next four-year term, which begins in April 2019.
Don't forget to vote!
Whether you have lived in Oklahoma City your whole life or just moved here, being active in local government and voting is one of the most important things you can do.
Join us as a panel of Republican and Democrat leadership discuss current legislative issues that affect local businesses.
The Oklahoma County Election Board has finalized the list of candidates for the Oklahoma City Council elections on Feb. 12, disqualifying one candidate who filed to run in Ward 5.
One of the most important things you can do to become a full-fledged citizen of your new hometown is vote. Nov. 6 is an important election day across the country and things are no different in the metro.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamberís executive committee and/or board of directors recently voted to support the state questions that will appear on the upcoming November ballot.
With elections at every level of government on the ballot, itís critical that you do your part to support Oklahoma Cityís future growth by casting an informed vote in the upcoming election.