Since Oklahoma’s ballot access laws are the most stringent in the nation, no third party candidates will appear on the ballot this November. In addition, Oklahomans who try to write in the candidate of their choice will have their ballot discarded, uncounted. In every other state in the country, voters either have more candidates from which to choose, or can write the name of their prefered, or both.
To bring attention to this injustice, the NOTA for President campaign has been started to urge voters to leave the presidential selection blank, thus registering a protest vote for ballot reform in Oklahoma. For more information, see the campaign website at http://www.nota4oklahoma.info.