OKLAHOMA CITY — The ACLU of Oklahoma announces the start of its voter protection program ahead of tomorrow’s early voting window, led by former Oklahoma State Election Board Public Information Officer, Bryan Dean.
Dean joined the Oklahoma State Election Board in 2014, where he worked as the agency’s public information officer and National Voter Registration Act coordinator.
Previously, he worked for 12 years as a staff writer for The Oklahoman covering several beats, including government, police, and courts. Most recently, Dean is a J.D. Candidate at the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law.
ACLU of Oklahoma’s voter protection program will include direct access to Mr. Dean and attorneys on call to document obstacles to voting and take action as needed.
Please call our hotline if you feel like your right to vote is being infringed upon: (405) 849-5220.