|As we witness each year as we work on protecting state and federal funding sources for the low to moderate income households we serve, connections to our elected officials are very important.
Please take a moment to remind all your residents that their voices matter! The people elected to represent us matter! The 2020 elections are an important opportunity for our residents to make their voices heard.
Please take the time to post voter registration information in your property newsletters, in your community rooms, on your social media pages and on your resident’s doors!
Key election deadlines are fast approaching. Residents should be registered by the deadline on Friday, June 5, 2020!
All registered voters will be able to cast their ballots in important statewide primary and special elections. We have links to several races in the following counties: Oklahoma, Canadian, Cleveland and Pottawatomie.
Residents can complete their voter registration application online using the OK Voter Portal’s Voter Registration Wizard. After they complete the application, they should print and sign it before mailing it to their county election board. Residents may also download and complete a voter registration application form, or pick one up from their County Election Board, post offices, tag agencies, libraries and many other public locations. It would be a great idea to have voter registration applications available in your office, community rooms or common areas for residents.
As the state continues to reopen following the COVID-19 outbreak, the pandemic has impacted protocols for in-person and absentee voting. Read more on the Oklahoma Election Board website.
Our elected leaders play an important role in the day-to-day policy decisions that impact all Oklahomans. If you would like more information on who supported the Oklahoma Affordable Housing Act this legislative session, please contact us for a list.
The OUR HOMES, OUR VOTES 2020 organization is a great resource for engagement tools and other resources.
Please prepare to participate in the democratic process by registering to vote, and make sure your residents, family, friends and coworkers do the same. Together, our votes will shape the future of funding for our low to moderate income households!