State Question 805 supporters announced a string of endorsements Thursday morning to combat what they described as misinformation against the reform less than two weeks from the Nov. 3 election.
More than 100 individuals and organizations were listed as supporting the state question, which would prohibit the use of sentence enhancements for those convicted of repeat nonviolent offenses.
Former Govs. Brad Henry and David Walters, state Superintendent Joy Hofmeister and Oklahoma County Commissioner Carrie Blumert are among those publicly endorsing SQ 805. Others include the Oklahoma Conference of Churches and Mental Health Association Oklahoma.
Video: Oklahoma Gov. Stitt speaks against State Question 805
Oklahoma voter guide 2020: What you need to know for the Nov. 3 election
Ballots at USPS
Proof of identity
Sample ballot Tulsa November 2020
Voter Portal online
Negating absentee ballot
State Question 814
State Question 805
Congressional District 1
Congressional districts 2, 3 and 4
U.S. Senate race
Senate District 37
House Districts 71, 78
House Districts 66, 68 and 29
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