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Oklahoma Engaged is a multi-platform project focused on election coverage. As a public service journalism collaboration of KGOU, KOSU, KWGS, KCCU, and StateImpact Oklahoma, the reporting includes community stories, audio reports, snapshots, state question breakdowns, profiles, videos, and more. Major support is provided by the Inasmuch Foundation, the Kirkpatrick Foundation, and Oklahoma Humanities.

Oklahoma Engaged LIVE: Voice Of The Voter Episode 3

An elections clerk cuts from a strip of "I voted" stickers at a polling place in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, June 28, 2016.
Sue Ogrocki

Each Monday in October from 1 p.m. 2 p.m. KGOU features Oklahoma Engaged LIVE: Voice of the Voter hosted by KGOU General Manager Dick Pryor and Managing Editor Logan Layden. The program focuses on what’s motivating voters to get to the polls this fall. Episode 3 from October 19th includes StateImpact Oklahoma reporter Catherine Sweeney expanding on the previous week’s discussion about State Question 814

Following Catherine and Logan, Dick Pryor welcomed University of Oklahoma journalism professor Dr. Keith Gaddy. Their discussion focused on the Electoral College and various potential election outcome scenarios. 

Dick Pryor and Dr. Keith Gaddy on the electoral possibilities following the vote

Finally, the entire group came together to take listener calls and answer questions submitted via social media and email. Even this close to the election, these extraordinary times means people still have a lot of questions about how to make sure their votes count and what the future beyond November 3rd will look like. 

The panel takes calls and answers questions from listeners

Oklahoma Engaged an election project by NPR member stations in Oklahoma supported by the Inasmuch Foundation, the Kirkpatrick Foundation, and Oklahoma Humanities.

Logan Layden is a reporter and managing editor for StateImpact Oklahoma. Logan spent six years as a reporter with StateImpact from 2011 to 2017.
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