The organization’s goals focus on fixing the state’s budget issues and building a stronger Oklahoma.
T. Sheri Dickerson, Marina Mangiaracina and incumbent John Pettis Jr. will be on the Feb. 14 election ballot.
CFN looks back on 2016 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2017.
Together Oklahoma and Let’s Fix This, Oklahoma! work to engage citizens in government.
General obligation bonds pay for infrastructure and renovation projects like road resurfacing, improving parks and building public spaces like libraries.
“This was a glimpse of hope that the tide might turn for the better for [teachers], and not just for us, but future teachers and students,” Flores said. “I went home and I felt relieved. I was for it, and I wanted to help.”
Oklahoma’s state questions affect our everyday lives and must be carefully considered before Election Day.
State Question 779 would bolster education funding with a 1 percent rise in sales and use tax.
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State Question 779 would utilize a 1 percent sales tax to fund the Education Improvement Fund.