2020 Election Coverage
Recent Election News
Learn more about State Question 802 and its proposal to expand Medicaid.
Feel like you would like to know a bit more about each of the candidates come up for election? We’ve got you covered.
Those voting groups with the lowest turnout have the most to lose by not voting and the most to gain by participating in the electoral process.
Learn more about how to register, how to vote, and where you need to go.
The State Election Board’s new voter registration “wizard” makes it easier than ever to complete a Voter Registration Application.
The ongoing pandemic has prompted many voters to choose to vote by mail in the upcoming elections. Here’s how to get your ballot.
Wondering how new legislature regarding absentee voting will affect you? Here’s what we found out.
The repeal of an old Blue Law hopes to make independent liquor stories in Creek County competitive again.
A combination of hard copies and electronic tabulations, combined with a standard in voting machines across the state, make for “one of the most reliable, most accurate, most secure, most efficient, most cost-effective, and speediest voting systems in the entire world.”
Voters have until Wednesday, Feb. 26 to request a mail absentee ballot for the March 3 Presidential Preferential Primary Election.