Oklahoma voters decide fate in key primary races

On Tuesday, voters across the state headed to the polls to vote in a several races for U.S. Senate and U.S. House seats, along with a state question.

Medicaid expansion campaign begins 4-day, 21-city tour of Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A group of Oklahomans is starting a four-day, 21-city trip urging voters to say yes to State Question 802 in June. State Question 802 would expand Medicaid in Oklahoma – a move that ‘s received criticism from some, including Governor Kevin Stitt. However, others say Oklahomans are ready to make the […]

Catholic bishops throw support behind push to expand Medicaid in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – In just a few weeks, Oklahoma voters will be able to voice their opinions on Medicaid expansion in the Sooner State. In recent years, there has been a push across the state to expand Medicaid in Oklahoma. Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2014, Oklahoma has rejected federal money […]

Group encouraging Oklahomans to celebrate Juneteenth, honor ancestors by voting

TULSA, Okla. (KFOR) – As communities across the country prepare to celebrate Juneteenth, the Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus is reminding black Oklahomans to become involved by getting out to vote. β€œThe Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus will not be distracted by the divisiveness in the country,” said Black Caucus Chair Rep. Regina Goodwin. β€œWe honor the […]

State question to expand Medicaid in Oklahoma to appear on June ballot

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – As Oklahoma officials work on creating a plan to reopen the state following the coronavirus pandemic, Governor Kevin Stitt has announced when Oklahoma voters will be able to voice their opinions on Medicaid expansion. In recent years, there has been a push across the state to expand Medicaid in the Sooner […]

Petitioners want Medicaid expansion vote date set

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Could we be seeing a date set for a vote on expanding Medicaid? Expansion supporters tried to take matters into their own hands Wednesday, March 4, and force Gov. Kevin Stitt to set a vote date. Affordable Care Medicaid supporters say getting care is imperative to the lives of thousands of […]

Joint resolution to change petition process in Oklahoma passes House

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Legislatures are making a new push to change state petition law.  The number of signatures a petition needs is based off the number of people who voted in the last gubernatorial election.  Right now that number is around 178,000.  Under the current law, those signatures can come from anywhere in the […]

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