There will be seven state questions on the November 2016 ballot, giving voters an opportunity to decide the fate of proposed amendments to the Oklahoma Constitution and statutes. You may wonder why Oklahoma asks voters to decide policy issues. Oklahoma’s Constitution provides that these important decisions may be made by the people; these ballot measures are presented to voters by either an initiative petition (requiring signatures) or legislative referendum (a vote by the legislature referring the question to registered voters).Visit Election Coverage Website
Opponents say Oklahoma State Question 779, The Education Tax, will hurt the working poor.
The Oklahoma House has passed a resolution to return the 10 Commandments monument.
The state Senate has approved a ballot measure to expand beer and wine sales in Oklahoma
Bob Sands discuss Super Tuesday.
The polls have already given Donald Trump a victory in Oklahoma come November 8th.
Oklahoma’s approach to drug abuse is evolving
Proponents are calling state question 777 the “right to farm” amendment but opponents say
State Impact reporter Logan Layden discusses a controversial "right to farm" amendment.
On the Ballot: State Question 776
On the Ballot: State Question 777
On the Ballot: State Question 779
On the Ballot: State Question 780-781
On the Ballot: State Question 790
On the Ballot: State Question 792
State Question 779 is discussed.
State Question 792 is discussed.
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