September 27, 2021 •
Oklahoma Governor Announces Special Session on Redistricting
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has called for a special session of the Oklahoma Legislature on November 15 to address redistricting issues caused by the delayed release of 2020 census data by the U.S. Census Bureau.
The special session has been called solely for the purposes of redistricting Oklahoma’s congressional and legislative districts, and amending statutory candidacy and redistricting deadlines, including amending candidacy and residency deadlines, as made necessary by the U.S. Census Bureau’s failure to meet the deadline for production of decennial census data.
It is not clear how long the specials session will last.
This does not affect lobbyist reporting dates.
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