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Here is everything you need to know about voting in Oklahoma.
How to register, in-person voting, absentee voting, voting early, or in-person absentee voting, reminders for notaries, voting for justice-involved individuals, voting for individuals with disabilities, voting with English as a second language, voting for military members and overseas voters, and additional resources.
Calling a legislator can be a strong way to get their attention. Oklahoma legislators tell us that as few as 7 calls from their own constituents can prompt them to carefully a bill. Here is how to make your call effective: Find the phone numbers of your own two legislators and go ahead and put […]
Together Oklahoma seeks to make our information available for all Oklahomans. With that said, we do have a few important guidelines for those who attend Capitol visits as a part of our team. We are at the state Capitol to be a productive part of the policy development process. If you are focused on disrupting […]
Hand written letters can be particularly effective in influencing legislators’ views. Why? Who tends to hand write things? You guessed it! Older Oklahomans write and older Oklahomans vote. Write to give the legislators one more good reason to take you seriously! Writing to legislators also offers an opportunity to maintain contact and keep your issues […]
Be polite to them even if you’ve disagreed with them in the past. They’ll be more likely to be persuaded if they feel that you are being respectful of them as a fellow human being. Let them know you ARE their constituent. This matters because most of them will be much more responsive to folks from their own […]