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.
The self-response phase has been extended from July 31 to Oct. 31. Oklahoma currently ranks 44th in estimated response rate. An accurate count is essential to our state’s future.
The people elected to represent you matter, and 2020 provides an important opportunity for you to make your voice heard.
Absentee voting can be more convenient for voters and keeps them away from potentially sick people.
The February Chamber Forum allowed Oklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel an opportunity to share the progress in fulfilling the Pathway to Greatness.
Oklahoma City Council approves $5.5M Small Business Continuity Program for COVID-19 emergency relief
The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and the City of Oklahoma City built the framework of the proposal.
The upcoming election ballots on March 3 will include more than just presidential hopefuls for residents of the City of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties.