Oklahoma Votes 2014 to provide live election day results, analysis on Tuesday November 4 beginning at 7 p.m.
OETA will provide live statewide coverage of Oklahoma’s statewide election results on Tuesday November 4 at 7 p.m.
Oklahoma Votes 2014 includes live, continuous election night coverage featuring the latest results, instant analysis, interviews with top elected-officials and in-depth reporting from candidate watch parties. OETA will also stream the coverage live online at oeta.tv and encourages Oklahomans to participate in the conversation by using #okvotes on Twitter.
For a deeper dive into the elections and issues, OETA also includes reports about candidates, issues, strategy, and behind-the-scene views of the campaigns on programs including ONR and Oklahoma Forum, and online at oeta.tv/okvotes. Drawing on collaborations with The Journal Record, eCapitol, PBS NewsHour and public radio partners, OETA seeks to ensure Oklahomans across the state understand the results and how the 2014 elections impact their community.
The Oklahoma Votes website will include a livestream, race results and digital exclusive content.
OETA’s award-winning Oklahoma Votes election coverage has been recognized by the Oklahoma Associated Press Broadcasters and the Society of Professional Journalists as the best in the state in two of the last three election cycles.
OETA consistently engages Oklahomans across the state with educational content, outreach initiatives and online features that collectively encourage lifelong learning. Explore www.oeta.tv for more information about local productions, statewide news, community resources and show schedules.