When last week's local elections were certified, the state of Oklahoma officially entered a newly organized state and local govt subdivision. Not only are candidates now filing for the new congressional, legislative, and county commissioner districts, but even voters will be moved into new precincts.
Tulsa County Election Board completely overhauled their voting precinct boundaries and numbers.
We've enclosed screenshots from the Legislature's website which provide the only updated info that candidates and voters need in order to find out which precinct & legislative district they now reside in.
This failure of the State & County Election boards to update their web resources has created potential problems with candidate filing, because the state election board is now actively publishing disinformation, which could affect citizens decisions on filing for elective public office.
But the state & county election boards need to immediately correct the misinformation at several govt. websites so that the 3-day filing for offices are not tainted with allegations of harming free and open elections through disinformation.
All county election board secretaries must make sure their citizens are fully aware of the new electoral landscape and who serves in public office. But more importantly; citizens need to be aware of who is filing for the new terms between now and 5pm on Friday.
This map has a list of layers which provide all the new redistricting data from the state legislature.