Together Oklahoma to host Dec. 15 meeting for Oklahoma County, will discuss defending democracy

Together Oklahoma — OK Policy’s grassroots advocacy program — has announced it will hold a community meeting for Oklahoma County (both in-person and online) on Thursday, Dec. 15 at Mayflower Congregational Church.

The meeting will focus on strengthening the democratic process in Oklahoma, discussing OK Policy’s legislative agenda for 2023, connecting community members to each other, and building partnerships with other grassroots stakeholders.

It also will be an opportunity for Oklahoma county residents to learn how Together Oklahoma 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 meeting will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Mayflower Congregational Church, 3901 NW 63rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73116. This event is hybrid and the virtual option is available via Zoom.

Additional Together Oklahoma meetings will be held across the state in December and January. 

Together Oklahoma is a nonpartisan coalition of citizens working together to secure a robust future for our state. A program of the Oklahoma Policy Institute, Together OK serves as a grassroots education and advocacy group connecting Oklahoma values to state budget priorities.

For more information, visit or contact Central Regional Organizer Tasneem Al-Michael at or 405-887-4685.

Published by Annie Taylor

Annie Taylor joined OK Policy as a Digital Communications Associate/Storybanker in April 2022. She studied journalism and mass communication at the University of Oklahoma, and was a member of the Native American Journalists Association. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Strategic Communications from the University of Central Oklahoma. While pursuing her degree, she worked in restaurant and retail management, as well as freelance copywriting and digital content production. Annie is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation, and holds a deep reverence for storytelling in the digital age. She was born and raised in southeast Oklahoma, and now lives in Oklahoma City with her dog, Melvin.