Sign up. Show up. Speak Up. | Register now for Together OK’s 2024 Day of Action at the Oklahoma State Capitol


Join advocates and community activists from all across the state on Thursday, April 25, for our 2024 Day of Action at the State Capitol, hosted by OK Policy and Together Oklahoma.

Tap into your political power and work toward changes that make our communities safer, healthier, and more equitable.

Day of Action at the Capitol

Thursday, April 25, 2024

Second Floor Rotunda | Oklahoma State Capitol

2300 N Lincoln Blvd. | Oklahoma City

Check-in begins at 9:00 a.m. | Event starts at 10:00 a.m.

Our Day of Action at the Capitol provides you with an  opportunity to engage with legislators and get the information, tools, and resources you need to advocate for the changes that you would like to see in your community. 

“Last year, we had more than 200 people show up and let their voices be heard. The voices of constituents really do matter to lawmakers, and we want to make sure that all Oklahomans feel comfortable using their voice to create change,” said OK Policy Legislative and Outreach Director Angela Monson. “Participants will see their political power multiplied when they partner with other Oklahomans who share their vision for change.” 

During the event, we will share tools and resources, as well as arrange meetings with lawmakers. Lunch will be provided, and transportation to the capitol may be available from various locations statewide. 

For more information or to volunteer, please contact Angela Monson at 

The Day of Action is free, but advance registration is requested to help better connect participants with their lawmakers. Walk-up registrations on event day will also be available. 



OK Policy is a non-partisan independent policy think-tank. Together OK is a program of OK Policy that serves as a grassroots education and advocacy group connecting Oklahoma values to state budget priorities.

Published by Kandis West

Kandis West is a communications professional with more than 15 years of experience. Most recently, she served as the Communications Director for the Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus. She spent nine years in the Olympia/Tacoma area of Washington organizing compensation campaigns for teachers for the Washington Education Association. Kandis has a proven track record of increasing community engagement, public awareness and media exposure around the most pressing issues that impact citizens. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma Gaylord College of Journalism.