Signature collection on Oklahoma permitless carry referendum goes to the wire
OKLAHOMA CITY – A leader of a referendum drive to nullify permitless carry said signatures were being counted through Wednesday night.
Rep. Jason Lowe, D-Oklahoma City, on Wednesday said he is optimistic but could not say with confidence those seeking to nullify House Bill 2597 had obtained the 59,320 signatures to get the issue on a ballot in 2020.
Lowe thanked those who gathered signatures and supported the effort.
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