Welcome to OKEdVoter.com! A majority of Oklahoma voters believe investing in education is the key to a prosperous future for our state and consistently identify education as their top state priority. Yet, Oklahoma ranks at the bottom in teacher pay and number one in cuts to per pupil spending, resulting in teachers leaving the state and years of devastating cuts to the classroom.
Many Oklahoma legislative races are determined in primary and primary runoff elections, where voter participation remains well below that of general elections. Additionally, the voting group with the largest number of school age children (voters under age 50) are critically underrepresented. Oklahoma education voters must increase their voter participation, particularly in primary and primary runoff elections, to ensure their interests are represented at the state Capitol.