Voters pass only one state question
Oklahoma voters passed one state question by an overwhelming margin Tuesday.
State Question 794, dubbed Marsy’s Law, will expand the constitutional rights of crime victims. The question passed by a 78 percent margin, with 904,308 yes votes, to 254,966 no votes.
State Question 793, which would have allowed optometrists and opticians to operate in retail establishments was rejected by a 50.24 percent margin. The measure gained 579,741 yes votes, but 585,355 no votes.
State Question 798, which would have required the governor and lieutenant governor to run on a single ballot, beginning in 2026, was rejected by a 54.1 percent margin.