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DECISION 2020: What's on the Nov. 3 election ballot?

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Posted at 11:31 AM, Sep 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-03 11:31:44-05

TULSA, Okla. — November 3 election day is here and we're taking a look at what's on the election ballots.

READ MORE: DECISION 2020: Deadlines, resources for Oklahoma voters

The sample ballots for the 2020 elections in the state of Oklahoma include:

  • Electors for President and Vice President
  • State Officers
    • For corporation commissioner
  • Congressional Officers
    • For United States Senator
    • For United States Representative District 01
  • Legislative, District, and County Officers
    • For state Senator District 35
    • For State Representatives District 71
    • For County Commissioner District No. 2
  • Judicial Retention
    • Justices for the Oklahoma Supreme Court ( Districts 1, 6, & 9)
    • Judges of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals (Districts 2 & 3)
    • Judges of the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals (District 1 - Office 2, District 2 - Office 1, Office 2)
  • State Questions
    • State Question No. 805 Initiative Petition No. 421
    • State Question No. 814 Legislative Referendum No. 375

Tulsa City Council runoff elections: On August 25, seven city council seats in Tulsa held elections -- four councilors won and three races are now going to a runoff election on Nov. 3rd. The three districts are: District 5, District 6 and District 7. CLICK HERE to read on the Tulsa City Council runoff elections in 3 districts

State Question 805: If passed, State Question 805 would end repeat sentence penalties for nonviolent offenses in the state of Oklahoma, said officials with Oklahomans for Sentencing Reform. If State Question 805 is not passed, someone convicted of a nonviolent offense can receive greater sentences based on their past felony convictions. CLICK HERE to read up on State Question 805 and the debate over public safety, prison reform

State Question 814: If SQ 814 is passed, the percentage of money that is put into the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund will be decreased from 75 percent to 25 percent. If not passed, the percentage of money put into the TSET will maintain at 75 percent. CLICK here for more information.

CLICK HERE to view the sample ballots for the 2020 elections.

More election resources:

For more information on the Oklahoma State Election Board's voter portal website, click here.

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