A livestreamed demonstration of the software program getting used to redraw Oklahoma’s legislative and congressional districts could also be seen by the general public, starting at 9 a.m. Monday.
A consultant of Caliper Corp. will present a tutorial of Maptitude, which is being utilized by the Home and the Senate for redistricting based mostly on the 2020 Census.
The livestream could also be seen by way of the Senate web site, oksenate.gov.
Tokin’ look: The state’s medical marijuana program would be the topic of a day-long legislative assembly starting at 9:30 a.m. Monday.
Hosted by Majority Ground Chief Jon Echols, R-Oklahoma Metropolis, and Rep. Scott Fetgatter, R-Okmulgee, the assembly will likely be accessible for viewing by way of the Home web site, okhouse.gov.
Included will likely be a two-hour replace from the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority and shows from representatives of the medical marijuana business.
Mail name: Concern that mailed absentee ballots wouldn’t be obtained on time proved largely unfounded in Oklahoma, figures from the state election board recommend.
Solely about 845 absentee ballots statewide, out of greater than 280,000 submitted, had been rejected as a result of they arrived after the Nov. 3 deadline, the election board mentioned. About 3,500 different absentee ballots had been disallowed, largely for lack of enough identification.