Kimberlee Wilson is a senior at Oologah-Talala High School. She recent wrote a guest column entitled "I'm a 17-year-old Oklahoma student and my peers don't see the point in voting." She speaks with Ginnie Graham about why her peers "accept that their votes don’t make a difference," why voter turnout statewide is low, and how things can change.
Opinion: I'm a 17-year-old Oklahoma student and my peers don't see the point in voting
Political notebook: Tulsa County already recruiting 2024 poll workers
Editorial: Straight-party outdated, passive approach to democracy
Why advocates want to change Oklahoma's primary voting system
Oklahoma voter turnout dips in this year's elections
Amid fuss over other states' election law changes, Oklahoma said to 'strike a good balance'
Oklahoma still last in the nation in voter participation despite recent registration surge
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