Category: Politics

Happy Early In-person Voting Day(s)!

Wear A Mask and Keep Your Distance! In-person absentee (“early”) voting: Thurs. June 25: 8AM-6PM Fri. June 26: 8AM-6PM Sat. June 27: 9AM-2PM Early voting will be held at the Tulsa County Election Board office 555 N Denver Ave in Tulsa, OK. Hardesty Library will not be available for early voting due to health concerns.…

Need your ballot notarized?

If you need to have your absentee ballot notarized, visit one of the following Notary Drive-Thrus: Can’t make it this week? Check Oklahoma Notaries Public for more dates throughout June! FYI: Oklahoma Absentee Ballot Voters: (1) The Ballot Envelope is for Ballots Only. Do not place copies of your Voter ID Card, Passport or Driver’s…

Vote on November 12th “Improve our Tulsa”

STREETS + PUBLIC SAFETY + INFRASTRUCTURE Citizens of the City of Tulsa have capital improvement projects throughout Tulsa to consider on three ballot initiatives one for streets and transportation projects ($427 million), one for capital equipment and facility improvements ($193 million), and one for a permanent 0.05% sales tax to fund the Rainy Day Fund…

TWU President John Samuelsen Letter to President Trump August 5, 2019

August 5, 2019 Donald J. Trump President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500   Dear Mr. President, I write on behalf of the 151,000 members of the Transport Workers Union of America, AFLCIO – including 60,000 aviation workers – to follow up on two previous letters about…

The Labor Wire

The Labor Wire May 29, 2019 May is Older Americans Month, and the Alliance for Retired Americans is marking the occasion with the release of its 2018 Congressional Voting Record, which ranks U.S. senators and representatives on their votes on important retirement security issues. Know where your elected officials stand – check out the scorecard.…

Get out to VOTE!

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