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The following are the lists of voting options that will be available on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
For the proper precinct options, sample ballots can be requested at the County Election Board Office.
Each precinct will list options available to resident voters and may differ. See your precinct’s sample ballot for accurate voting options.
(For President and Vice President)
• Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence – Republican
• Jo Jorgensen and Jeremy Spike Cohen – Libertarian
• Joseph R. Biden and Kamala D. Harris – Democrat
• Jade Simmons and Claudeliah J. Roze – Independant
• Kanye West and Michelle Tidball – Independant
• Brock Pierce and Karla Ballard – Independant
• Todd Hiett – Republican
• Todd Hagopian – Libertarian
United States Senator
• Jim Inhofe – Republican
• Robert Murphy – Libertarian
• Abby Broyles – Democrat
• Joan Farr – Independant
• A.D. Nesbit – Independant
United States Representative District 2
• Markwayne Mullin – Republican
• Richie Castaldo – Libertarian
• Danyell Lanier – Democrat
Legislative, District, and County Officers
State Senator District 5
• George H. Burns – Republican
• Randy Coleman – Democrat
County Commissioner District number 2
• Spike Eaves – Republican
• Dale Sheffield – Democrat
Oklahoma Supreme Court
Supreme Court District 1
• Shall Matthew John Kane, IV be retained – yes or no
Supreme Court District 6
• Shall Tom Colbert be retained – yes or no
Supreme Court District 9
• Shall Richard B. Darby be retained – yes or no
Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals
Court of Criminal Appeals District 2
• Shall Robert L. Hudson be retained – yes or no
Court of Criminal
Appeals District 3
• Shall Gary L. Lumpkin be retained – yes or no
Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals
Court of Civil Appeals District 1 – Office 2
• Shall Jane P. Wiseman be retained – yes or no
Court of Civil Appeals District 2 – Office 2
• Shall Deborah B. Barnes be retained – yes or no
Court of Civil Appeals District 2 – Office 2
• Shall Keith Rapp be retained – yes or no
• State Question number 805 – This measure seeks to add a new Article II-A to the Oklahoma Constitution. This new Article A excepts and does not apply to persons who have ever been convicted of a violent felony. It would prohibit the use of a former felony conviction to increase the statutorily allowable base range of punishment for a person subsequently convicted of a felony.
Individuals who are currently incarcerated for felony sentences that were enhanced based on one or more former felony convictions, and whose sentences are greater than the maximum sentence that may currently be imposed for such felonies, may seek sentence modification in court.
The new Article sets forth a detailed process for such sentence modification, including but not limited to requirements for a hearing, appointment of counsel for indigent petitioners, and notification of victims, and requires that the court impose a modified sentence no greater than the current maximum sentence which may be imposed on a person convicted of the same felony with no former felony convictions, and which results in no greater time served in prison than under the original sentence.
It establishes an appeal procedure, provides an effective date, and contains a severability clause.
• State Question number 814 – This measure seeks to amend Article 10, Section 40 of the Oklahoma Constitution (Section 40), which directs proceeds from the State’s settlements with or judgments against tobacco companies.
Currently, Section 40 directs 75% of proceeds to the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund (TSET Fund), where earnings may only be used for tobacco prevention programs, cancer research, and other such programs to maintain or improve the health of Oklahomans.
Meanwhile, the remaining 25% of proceeds are directed to a separate fund for the Legislature (Legislative Fund). The Legislature can also direct some of that 25% to the Attorney General.
This measure amends Section 40 to reduce the percentage of proceeds that go into the TSET Fund from 75% to 25%. As a result, the remaining 75% will go to the Legislative Fund and the Legislature may continue to direct a portion to the Attorney General.
The measure would also restrict the use of the Legislative Fund. Section 40 currently states only that the Legislative Fund is subject to legislative appropriation.
If this measure passes, money from the Legislative Fund must be used to get federal matching funds for Oklahoma’s Medicaid Program.
• The retail sale of alcoholic beverages by the individual drink for on-premises consumption shall be authorized in Atoka County during each day, including Sunday, during such hours as are permitted in accordance with State laws.