Ballot Access in Oklahoma

Oklahoman’s should have freedom of choice at the ballot box, just as most voters in other states have. A newly-formed Libertarian/Green Coalition is asking for volunteers to help get Green and Libertarian candidates on the 2016 election ballot, with their respective party labels.

Each party must gather the state’s required number of signatures – 24,745 – by March 1, 2016 to become ballot-qualified. Party leaders believe that, by working together, they can attract and coordinate enough petitioners to ensure that Oklahomans get their first alternative-party options since 2000.

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One comment on “Ballot Access in Oklahoma

  1. You’ve got my signature. I’ve been following the Green Party for years, but haven’t registered because I wouldn’t be able to vote, but that’s about to change!

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