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 stateís future.
Professional sports in Oklahoma City are set to make a return after the COVID-19 pandemic separated the Energy, Dodgers and the Thunder from their enthusiastic and loyal fan bases.
OKC is taking measured steps and returning in a gradual fashion.
The people elected to represent you matter, and 2020 provides an important opportunity for you to make your voice heard.
If youíre new to the area, itís not too late to participate in the primary election. But act fast to get registered. Find out more about the June 30 election and what will be on the ballot.
OKC Animal Welfare has cats and dogs waiting to come be the star of your next virtual event. If a dog catches your eye, donít forget youíll need a leash for all those walks. Read more about pet adoptions and leash laws in OKC.
The Chamber is launching a shop local campaign in June to rally the community to save small businesses and encourage residents to take pride in OKC.