Voter turnout among Oklahomans is expected to be higher than usual in Tuesday’s presidential primary, according to the State Election Board. That’s good news in a state that has experienced a decline over the years in voter participation. Oklahoma Watch reporter Brad Gibson looks at what’s being done, and has yet to be tried, to increase voter turnout.

Oklahoma Watch Report EXTRA: More In-Depth Discussion of Voting Behavior and Proposed Changes

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