A group backing the passage of State Question 792 -- which would allow Oklahoma voters to decide whether to change the state Constitution to allow grocery and convenience stores to sell full-strength beer and wine – announced the opening Wednesday of two new campaign offices.
‘Yes on 792’ opened campaign offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. The Tulsa office is located at 6023 S. Sheridan Road inside the Viewpoint Shopping Center. The Oklahoma City office is located at 10932 N. May Ave.
The offices serve as the headquarters for the campaign and offer a place where Oklahomans can visit to learn more, fill out a voter registration form and get a sticker or sign up to join Yes on 792.
“We are already hard at work educating voters about how modern beer and wine laws will positively impact Oklahoma’s economy,” said Alex Weintz, spokesperson for Yes on 792. “The campaign offices are another step toward increasing our outreach to encourage Oklahomans to vote yes on State Question 792 in November.”
Advocates of the State Question 792 include retailers, chambers of commerce, grape growers and consumers, the support group said.
For those unable to visit the campaign offices, more information is available at Yeson792.com. The deadline to register to vote in November is October 14.