2020 Election Coverage
Recent Election News
Unlike State Question 805, SQ 814 has garnered little attention, thus many Oklahomans are in the dark as to what the measure entails.
Chuck Threadgill is running against incumbent Mark Lawson for House District 30. Learn more about why he’s running and what he plans to do if elected.
Thousands of voters stood in line, sometimes in the rain and wind, in order to cast their vote early for 2020 election.
A record number of people are expected to vote in person this year. Voters can follow a few basic tips to ensure safety and sanity.
Read our thorough story on State Question 805 and what it means for the repeat offenders in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax has issued a “voter alert” after a voter received a text message stating that their polling place had changed.
The Electoral College is one of the most important parts of the election process—but also one of the most poorly understood. Learn about it here.
“We have a political process in this country and in this state in which we can freely state our preferences, and settle it at the polls.”
The modern political climate has led to a large amount of confusion regarding “mail-in voting” for this election. County election officials maintain that the process is safe and reliable. In fact, voting fraud in general is not even close to being an issue in the United States.
Results are still coming in on the State Question, and it could go either way. Here is what we know so far.