Are you voting absentee and need your ballot notarized? The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa has you covered! Come by our office on November 2nd, 3rd or 4th from 10am-2pm. We will have certified notaries in the office ready to help you. Additional information may be found here. Thanks to the notaries who have offered their services!
Soon the elections will be behind us and we can turn our attention to equally important matters … like the current state of Oklahoma’s finances. On Wednesday, November 9, Oklahoma Treasurer Ken Miller will be giving an “Oklahoma Economic Report.” Treasurer Miller, an economist, will talk about the current health of the state’s economy, the state budget, and funding for core government services. This event, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa and the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce, will focus attention on the issues facing the 2017 Legislature regarding Oklahoma’s budget.
The event will take place at the OU-Schusterman Center’s Founders’ Hall on Wednesday, November 9, from 12:00 to 1:00. Doors will open at 11:30. The easiest way to reach Founders’ Hall (in the Learning Center) is to turn off Yale (at 43rd Street) onto Boren Boulevard and to take the first left. There is parking across from the Learning Center and also to the south of the Center.
This event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided for those who register in advance on Eventbrite. A vegetarian option will be available; please contact Karen Cárdenas, firstname.lastname@example.org, 918-764-8597 (leave a message if no answer) if you have a restricted diet or have other questions.
**Please register to attend this event using Eventbrite.
The 2016 General Election is just a couple weeks away. Get informed and make an educated vote! Both the Oklahoma and Tulsa Leagues of Women Voters have created Voters’ Guides to help voters do just that!
The OK Voters’ Guide is an excellent resource to answer all your questions about the 7 State Questions that will appear on the November 8th ballot.
The Tulsa Voters’ Guide features profiles of local candidates as well as an insert detailing the League’s positions on each State Question.
Both guides may be found at your local library or at the League office. They may also be found online- OK Voters’ Guide | Tulsa Voters’ Guide
Additionally, we have produced a document stating the League’s positions on each state question. That document may be found here: league-of-women-voters-of-oklahoma-positions-on-2016-state-questons-final-v-3
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