Do You Kow How You'll Vote on November 6th? Use the OKFB Voter Guide to Help You DecideMon, 29 Oct 2018 15:26:06 CDT
Oklahoma voters will face a variety of decisions next week as they head to the polls on Nov. 6, to collectively decide who will be the state’s next governor, state officials, state senators and state representatives, as well as the outcome of five state questions. Below, the Oklahoma Farm Bureau has provided a variety of resources to aid in your decisions at the ballot box.
Included in these resources is useful general information about the election that will help you confirm your voter registration, find your polling place, and view your sample ballot using the Oklahoma State Election Board’s online voter tool. OKFB has even made it easy to request an absentee ballot - as long as you do it before Oct. 31st. Click here to make your request now.
Keep in mind, early voting will be held at county election board offices on Thursday, Nov. 1 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Friday, Nov. 2 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. On election day, polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
OKFB has also provided information about this year’s State questions that will be included on the ballot. Learn if and how the five state questions will impact agriculture and rural Oklahoma by reading OKFB’s analysis of each, and by watching OKFB’s state question webinar with President Rodd Moesel and the State Chamber of Oklahoma. Click here to review this information.
For the election races pertaining to the Governor, state officials and legislators, The OKAgFund, OKFB’s political action committee, has met over the past few months to identify the candidates who best represent the values of rural Oklahoma. The OKAgFund is supported by voluntary contributions from Farm Bureau members across the state as an optional portion of their membership dues. Click here to find a list of candidates endorsed and/or funded by the OKAgFund.
With five state questions and numerous statewide and local races, the November general election ballot is lengthy. So, be sure to download, print and fill out OKFB’s voter guide to help you remember how to vote in the polling booth - click here for your own printable version of the 2018 OKFB Voter Guide.
Source - Oklahoma Farm Bureau
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