THE DEMOCRACY MOVEMENT IN Oklahoma
MAKE AN IMPACT FOR DEMOCRACY
Democracy starts with each of us—and together, we can make a major impact when we speak up for what’s right. We know the ultimate power in a democracy is the people. We are powerful, fearless, ordinary Americans working together to build a democracy that works for us all.
Take action! Join in the democracy work of the organizations below:
- ACLU of Oklahoma
- League of Women Voters of Oklahoma
- Let’s Fix this OK
- NAACP Oklahoma
- The Oklahoma Academy
- Together OK
FIND OUT HOW, WHERE, AND WHEN TO VOTE IN OKLAHOMA
VOLUNTEER AT THE POLLS IN OKLAHOMA
LEARN WHERE THE POLITICAL MONEY COMES FROM IN OKLAHOMA
LEARN HOW DEMOCRACY REFORMS BECOME LAW IN OKLAHOMA
Twenty-six states, including Oklahoma & DC, allow citizen-led ballot initiatives and have a process for citizens to get measures on the ballot to be voted on to become law. This means that a group of citizens may place a measure on the ballot through gathering signatures, and, in some states, getting legislative approval once the set number of signatures is reached. LEARN MORE!
Oklahoma DEMOCRACY REFORM AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL IS POSSIBLE TOO!
Learn more about H.R.1, the For the People Act, which passed the U.S. House of Representatives in March 2019.
THE NEXT PRESIDENT & CONGRESS MUST ENACT DEMOCRACY REFORM!
Sign your name to show the next administration and Congress that Day 1 is for Democracy. Demand that the For People Act is a first priority of the next administration and Congress.
HELP STOP DISINFORMATION ON SOCIAL MEDIA!
Do your part for our democracy today. If you spot any misleading or deceptive posts about voting or democracy reforms on social media report them to the Common Cause Social Media Monitoring team!
(The Oklahoman) Registering the Youngest Voters, Nonprofit Registrants Work with OKC Schools on ‘Action Civics’ Initiative
The Oklahoma affiliate of Generation Citizen deployed 25 volunteers last week to all of the city’s public high schools to register new voters as part of the organization’s broader push to teach students about how local and state government works and how they can get involved in the process.
Volunteers trained by the League of Women Voters registered 290 new voters with lots of other students taking home voter registration forms. The voter registration drive was part of High School Voter Registration Week.