League of Women Voters’ Primary Voter Guide is Now Available

Sheila News

The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa has released its nonpartisan, information-packed guide to the upcoming state and federal primary elections.Access to a pdf version of the voter guide is  online on the Tulsa League’s publications page , and an interactive version is available through our voter information site,  Vote411.org.
An invaluable resource for voters, the guide lists the primary candidates for contested state House and Senate seats across the metropolitan area along with their contact information and answers to a League questionnaire. The guide lists candidates in contested primaries for United State Congress in districts 1 and 2. The voter guide also informs Tulsa residents of the charter change proposal on the primary ballot that will correct a language error in a charter change proposal adopted in the November 2011 elections.
The guide again reminds voters of the Voter ID law and the identification they will need to cast their votes, as well as what to do if they find themselves at the polls without proper identification.