Oklahoma representative looking to pass bill that removes voting machines

TULSA, Okla. — State Representative Sean Roberts has two bills in committee at the legislative session.

One includes getting rid of voting machines and the other making all registered Oklahoma voters reregister before the next general election.

Nicole Mcafee with American civil liberties union of Oklahoma says these bills if passed, will create more barriers for voters having access.

She says despite pushes to claim voter fraud, Oklahoma’s elections are secure. There’s no voter fraud.

FOX23 reached out to Rep. Roberts but hasn’t gotten a response yet.