Unite Norman Applauds Huge Voter Turnout for Tuesday’s Election

Tuesday’s Voter Turnout Was 22,491 — Nearly 10,000 More Voters than the Last General Election Turnout Unite Norman credits summer of grassroots work NORMAN — Unite Norman applauds higher-than-usual voter turnout in Tuesday’s election on propositions that would have provided the city more funding for special projects. A stunning 22,491 voters turned out for the election — more than 8,000 more voters that turned out for the last General Election. “There’s no doubt that the recent grassroots activity around Norman has awakened voters,” said Unite Norman co-founder Russell Smith. “We are awake and paying close attention to what is going on in this town.” “It is clear from the fact that voters turned down all four propositions on the ballot, that citizens of Norman have ZERO confidence in their mayor and city leaders to handle any further business,” said Sassan Moghadam, co-founder of Unite Norman. “It is clear now that citizens will not vote to give this mayor and city council another penny. We need change from this failed regime.”

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