“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.”
From registering to vote to researching the candidates and issues to the big day, the LWVMT is here to help you out with our 2020 Election Guide and FAQ. (Includes links to the 2020 Voter Guides.)
Early Voting is available at the Tulsa County Election Board (555 N Denver Ave) from 8am until 6pm. Visit vote411.org for an online voter guide with Tulsa Mayoral and City Council candidates, Tulsa City Charter Amendments, and propositions for the Cities of Glenpool and Jenks, Keystone Public School, and Berryhill Public Schools.
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