The Voters’ Guide for August 23 Run-off Primary & Special Elections is now available on Vote411.org. Vote411 offers a one-stop shop for voter information and lets candidates communicate directly with voters. All candidates are invited to participate. Responses are published as-is, no edits or changes are made.
“Vote411.org is a one-stop place for voters to easily find all the candidate information they need,” said Lacey Thompson, chair of voter services for the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa. “In today’s complicated world, vote411.org enables voters to hear directly from candidates in a straightforward and digestible way.”
The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa is currently accepting questions for Board of Education and Municipal candidates for the 2022 Primary Election on February 8, 2022.
“If nothing else, the pandemic has shown us the importance of who our elected officials are, the critical decisions they make, and the impact of those decisions on our lives,” said Lynn Staggs, president, League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa. “Vote411.org gives voters the information they need before heading to the polling booth.”
Early Voting is available at the Tulsa County Election Board (555 N Denver Ave) from 8am until 6pm. Visit vote411.org after March 11, 2021, for an online voter guide for the following: Municipal Broken Arrow City Council Member Ward No. 1 Broken Arrow City Council Member Ward No. 2 Glenpool City Council Member Ward No. 2 Jenks City Council Member …