Together Oklahoma is excited to announce three upcoming chapter meetings in Comanche County, Grady County, and Stephens County, where residents can learn how the organization works to help put power back in the hands of everyday Oklahomans, as well as the chance to connect with fellow advocates in the community. The chapter meetings are free […]
Together Oklahoma is excited to announce the 2022 Day of Action at the Capitol, an opportunity for Oklahomans to engage meaningfully with lawmakers and help everyday Oklahomans advocate for purposeful, actionable change. Register Today Together OK’s Day of Action will be held on Monday, May 2, 2022, on the second floor rotunda of the Oklahoma […]
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.
Throughout the country, efforts are being made to ensure Black communities are counted for the 2020 Census. As we approach this year’s Juneteenth celebration, we have a chance to do just that.
Join our growing team! Oklahoma Policy Institute seeks to hire a part-time field organizer for northeast Oklahoma to support the work of our grassroots advocacy citizen coalition, Together Oklahoma (TOK).
February 7, 2019. It was Lending Reform day at the Capitol, and many advocates were eager to talk about better lending practices with their legislators. A week earlier, Together Oklahoma (TOK) held several events across the state for members of the community to join in on the conversation about predatory lending. It was here that three TOK members from the Carter County chapter decided to take action. On February 7th at 9 o’clock in the morning, those three determined members and TOK Southeast Field Coordinator, Kyle Lawson braved icy roads and a slick parking lot. “We had a unique group, each with their own area of concern,” he reflected.