The forum, originally scheduled for Feb 27, was rescheduled for April 3.

Democratic legislators will be featured at a legislative forum hosted by Our Revolution Oklahoma on Wednesday, April 3 at the Pioneer Library in Moore. All are invited to this free event. Light refreshments will be served.

In addition, representatives from several local advocacy groups will be present, including Oklahoma Call for Reproductive Justice, Mom’s Demand Action, and Good Government Petitions. Retiring OKC City Councilman Ed Shadid will also be features.

The panel will review the bills being considered in the 2019 legislature, with a focus on citizen advocacy to advance legislation that aligns with OR-OK’s mission of “restoring democracy for working people.”

House Minority Leader Emily Virgin (HD44) has affirmed her attendance. Other confirmed participants include newly elected Senator Carri Hicks (SD40), who was endorsed by OR-OK in her 2018 campaign that successfully flipped this mid-OKC Senate district. Also attending are Senator George Young, Rep. Collin Walke (HD87) and Rep. Jacob Rosecrants (HD46).

Christine Byrd, a member of the OR-OK board of directors, will moderate the panel.

“We are tracking bills and votes, including those that address our key progressive issues for this term: protecting public education, increasing the minimum wage, and expanding health care options. We will provide tools and resources for advocating on important bills that address these goals.“

The library is located at 225 South Howard in Moore. Socializing begins at 6:15, program begins at 6:30.

Our Revolution Oklahoma is a chapter of Our Revolution that serves Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties. For more information, visit

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In order to let everyone decompress from the campaign season, we have decided to postpone our meeting until Thursday, Dec. 6. Same time, 6:30pm. And, for your trouble, we’ve added a holiday potluck to the mix. Come help us plan a better future over good food and conversation.

The location is the Teamsters Union Hall at 3528 West Reno in Oklahoma City (just west of I-44). Doors open at 6pm.

After more than a year of vigorous activity, multiple major events and many accomplishments, Our Revolution is preparing for its second annual meeting in Oklahoma City, with a bit of crowing to do, then a bit of business to take care of — including some proposed by-laws changes and preparing to elect a new board.

Non members welcome and encouraged! Use the form below to sign up. Check out the agenda beneath that.

Know someone who can help guide our organization? Nominate* them with this form (we will contact them and send them all the info they need and a full application form) .

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Our Revolution Oklahoma will host a forum for the two Democratic Party candidates in Senate District 40 who are vying for the party’s nomination in the June 26 primary election. The winner in that election will face Republican Senator Erwin Yen in the general election on Nov. 6.

Danielle Ezell and Carri Hicks are confirmed for the event, which will start at 7pm and take place in the north room (previously occupied by Bacon) at Vito’s Ristorante, 7521 N. May in Oklahoma City. No food service will be available during the forum (snacks, drinks available at the bar), so if you want to eat some of Vito’s marvelous food, arrive by 6 and navigate to the main room. No purchase is required to attend the forum, which is free of charge.

There is limited seating for this event, so be sure to reserve a spot for each person in your party using the form below. (If you need to use the form again, click on the small link under where it says “Welcome back.)

If no form appears, visit this page.

Please check that your email and phone are entered correctly on the form!

This fundraiser will be held in a private home and give attenders a chance to speak with OROK activists and their special guests, Nina Turner and Jim Hightower, two of the most inspiring leaders in the progressive movement today.
Nina Turner is the president of Our Revolution and Jim Hightower is a popular author, radio host and public speaker who sits on the OR national board.

Wednesday, May 30, 7 – 9 PM in Oklahoma City.  You will be emailed the address after you order the tickets.

Suggested donation is $50 per person. Indicate the number in your party in the form below.

You are also invited to our 2020 Vision (free) political rally on the evening of 5/31 (More info.)

Update: Due to a generous donor, our costs for this event have been subsidized. But it’s still a fundraiser and we need your support!

Our Revolution Oklahoma invites you to join us for a very special event on Thursday, May 31 — an evening of political ideas and information, inspiration and action focused on a new and more progressive Oklahoma. Starting this election year and continuing through 2020, OROK will be working hard to find and support candidates for local, state and national office, building up a progressive infrastructure for political change, and transforming the way elections are run and won.

Don’t miss this incredible political rally. Two dynamic progressive leaders — One revolutionary event! This political rally will feature OR president Nina Turner and “America’s favorite populist” Jim Hightower.

Location: Teamsters Union Hall, 3528 W Ren0 Ave., OKC

Doors open at 6pm. Preregistered attenders will have reserved seating. Please have everyone in your party register with the form below.

Light refreshments will be served.

Oklahoma speakers will also be on the program:

  • Connie Johnson
  • Rep. Collin Walke
  • Ed Shadid
  • Arnold Hamilton

A generous gift has subsidized our costs for this event. But this is still a fundraiser to support our work on finding and electing progressive candidates, developing ballot initiatives, communications, outreach and more.

Please donate to fund our work to find progressive candidates and create progressive ballot initiatives.



Want to help publicize the event. Print and distribute our promotional flyer.

If you have trouble with the form below, visit this page.


  • Oklahoma Observer
  • Oklahoma City Democratic Socialists
  • Al McAffrey for OK County Commissioner
  • Tom Guild for CD5-OK

Taking the organizing model the Bernie ’16 Campaign used in OKC and around the country, Our Revolution Oklahoma will meet on March 6  to arm ourselves with the latest and greatest information to push for Medical Marijuana legalization (one of the state questions on the June 26th ballot) and then organize into teams ready to take the “Vote YES” message to the streets and the web. Can you feel the Bern?!

This will be the first quarterly membership meeting of 2018, which is an important election year for candidates as well as ballot initiatives like 788. The June 26 election will also include the gubernatorial primaries.

Our informative forum will include members of Patients and Activists for 788 and Oklahomans for Cannabis, who organized and collected signatures to make sure the citizen initiative was on the ballot for Oklahoma voters after a years-long struggle.

There will also be reports from our committees on their work, and some resources on the campaigns and candidates that will be on our ballots this year. The event will be held at the Teamsters Union Hall and doors open at 6 PM!

Don’t miss it! Reserve your seat now.


On Tuesday, January 23 from 5:30 – 8:30 pm, join OROK to watch and cheer as Bernie Sanders holds a 90-minute town hall on his Medicare for All plan. We will access the event via livestream from Washington DC., which starts at 6pm Central time. Space is limited, so reserve your seat using the form below.

He will have a simultaneous online Q&A so get your questions ready! How to submit your questions:

Location will be announced soon, but it will be a local eatery where you can order a meal and/or drinks while soaking in the company of leftists who are fighting for real change in the US. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of history!

Facebook EventEvent press release | Read Bernie’s full plan to provide Medicare for All | tl;dr Vox explainer

We are pleased to be able to host trainers from The Incorruptibles to conduct three FREE workshops for Oklahoma grassroots activists wanting to learn a new approach to community organizing and taking back their government. This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity! Each workshop is limited to 60 participants, so register now. (See video below to learn more about this successful approach to organizing and fighting corporate control of government.)


You must register for each workshop separately.

OKC Strategize Your City

Saturday January 20, 9 AM – Noon in Oklahoma City  |  Register for this event
How can your organization become THE dominant force in city politics? This workshop introduces the basics of creating a long-lasting coalition that elects true representatives of the people every election. In this workshop, The Incorruptibles guide you through the five key areas you’ll focus on to build strong grassroots movement to take over your city. Our model for city organizing is based on the incredible success of the Richmond Progressive Alliance, which, over the course of a dozen years elected a two-term mayor and a super-majority on the city council, all candidates who were cultivated by the RPA.

Raising Small Dollar Donations

Saturday January 20, 3-5 pm in Norman  |  Register for this event
How can true representatives of the people compete with corporate-backed candidates? We must become experts at raising hundreds, thousands, or millions of small donations. In this workshop, The Incorruptibles guide you through a simple process by which you can turn every event into an opportunity to inspire generosity from supporters. We’ll also focus on a specific type of event, the Bernie-style Town Hall, that is an excellent way to learn from, educate, and mobilize constituents (to donate or volunteer).

Strategize Your State

Sunday January 21, 2-5 pm in Norman  | Register for this event
Like our Strategize Your City workshop, Strategize Your State helps lay the groundwork for your organization or coalition to begin to fill state government with true representatives of the people. The Incorruptibles guide you through the five key areas you’ll focus on to build strong grassroots movement to take over your state government. Our model for statewide organizing is based on the success of Mass Alliance, a coalition that has increased the number of progressives in MA state government every election to about 40% today.


Listen to the Richmond, California story of taking back government from corporate control: