Oklahoma Liberty & Integrity group is tracking legislation related to election integrity introduced to the 2022 Oklahoma legislative session.
We are currently keeping track of the following bills and resolutions.
In the Senate:
- SB 1820 – Requires notaries to submit a copy of their receipt book – Introduced by Nathan Dahm.
- SB 1805 – Perforated, numbered ballots viewable online by voter – Introduced by Nathan Dahm.
- SB 1690 – Audit of the largest three, smallest three, and three random counties – Introduced by Nathan Dahm.
- SB 1748 – Requires absentee vote requests to include a reason – Introduced by Nathan Dahm.
- SB 1570 – Changes to absentee voting requirements and procedures – Introduced by Warren Hamilton.
- SJR 47 – Constitutional amendment requiring post-election audits – Introduced by Warren Hamilton.
In the House:
- HB 3677 – Creates a new voter roll, re-registering Oklahomans to vote, and other voter registration requirements – Introduced by Sean Roberts – NOTE: This bill’s language has been amended, REMOVING the reregistration portion, and significantly weakening its effect.
- HB 3046 – Requires elections to be paid for with public funds only. Creates the Prohibit the Private Funding of Elections Act.
- HB 2974 – Annual reports on addresses with 10 or more voter registrations to local District Attorneys (DA’s) for investigation and possible criminal referral.
Download a text of the above listed bills as introduced. Amendments could change the language of the legislation. (This file will be updated and does not contain all bills being tracked yet.)