Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Oklahoma: Proposition on Norman ballot to modify recall law

Norman voters are casting ballots on a proposition that would change recall laws following the 2020 attempts. It would add a grace period six months before the end of the term (there is currently a grace period in the first six months). It would also handle the quorum challenge of having too many officials kicked out at once, by letting a majority vote prevail if more than four councilors are kicked out. It would also let the councilors call an election for a recall vacancy.

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