Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Oklahoma Primary Election Day information


Today is the Oklahoma Primary Election, and voters all across the state are now heading to the polls to vote in numerous partisan and nonpartisan races. Here is some information that may be helpful to your plans today.

If you don't know where to vote, or want to see your sample ballot, use this helpful link from the Oklahoma State Election Board to find out. All voters will be eligible to cast ballots on State Question 802 as well as any nonpartisan races in their precinct. Additionally, Republicans, Democrats, and Libertarians will be voting in their respective primaries, while Independents are allowed to vote in the Democratic primary.

My picks for the Republican primary ballot, state question, and Muskogee municipal races can be found here. Michael Bates of BatesLine.com and the Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee have additional recommendations and picks that I generally agree with. You can also view survey responses at iVoter Guide (put out by the American Family Association and the Family Research Council), the Oklahoma 2nd Amendment Association, Oklahomans for Life, and Free The States (abortion abolition group).

Voting will be open from 7am to 7pm, with live results on ok.gov/elections shortly thereafter.

Evil triumphs when good men do nothing. Do something for your state and country. If self-proclaimed Christians would vote what they profess, this state and nation would be in a lot better shape. Duty is ours; consequences are God's.

Don't forget to vote today.

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