Archive: 10/25/10: Monday
Voters May Want 'Cheat Sheet' Before Heading to PollsIf you haven't studied the ballot, you might want to do a little homework for Election Day. Election officials said voters who haven't planned ahead or who planned to make up their minds at the polling place could take 30 minutes or longer to cast their ballots.
Are Special Interest Contributions Hurting or Helping Oklahoma's Political Process?Oklahoma has a strict limit on how much money individuals, businesses, and political action committees can give directly to political candidates during an election cycle. But that's not keeping some of those same donors from giving tens of thousands of dollars in indirect support to candidates in Oklahoma.
City Of Tulsa Awarded Grant Money To Help Launch Anti-Poverty ProgramsMillions of dollars is coming to Tulsa. It's to start new programs to fight poverty, based on what's proven to work. The idea is to duplicate successful anti-poverty programs in New York City.
City Of Tulsa To Start Social Innovation Fund