Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma SQ 794 Campaign Launch Event in Tulsa on September 13


September 11, 2017

Contact: Krystal Yoseph, Bumbershoot PR

405-778-0001, [email protected]




Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma SQ 794 Campaign Launch Event in Tulsa on September 13

Crime victims’ rights organization to host second in kickoff series featuring local speakers

TULSA – Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma, crime victims’ rights legislation appearing on the November 2018 ballot as State Question 794, will launch its statewide campaign announcement over two days beginning on Wednesday, September 13, 2017, with an afternoon press conference at Central Center in Centennial Park in Tulsa.

The launch of SQ 794 comes after the bipartisan passage of Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma, known during the 2017 session as SJR 46, through the state legislature this past April. 

Additional press conferences will take place in Oklahoma City earlier in the morning of September 13 and in Lawton on September 14. All events are open to the public.

Upon final passage by a vote of the people in the next general election, Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma SQ 794 will ensure that constitutionally enforced rights are afforded to victims of crime, equal, or “co-equal,” to those afforded and guaranteed to the accused and convicted.


WHAT:  Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma SQ 794 Campaign Launch – Tulsa

WHO:  Scheduled speakers include Karen Gilbert, City Councilor at The Tulsa City Council; Sheri Farmer, crime victim and founder of the Oklahoma Chapter of Parents of Murdered Children; Vic Regalado, Sheriff at Tulsa County Sheriffs Office; and Kim Moyer, State Director of Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma

Other supporters and advocates for victims’ rights will be in attendance

WHEN:  Wednesday, September 13, 2017, at 2 p.m.

WHERE:  Central Center in Centennial Park; 1028 E 6th St, Tulsa, OK 74120

HOW: Parking arrangements for media may be accommodated; RSVP at [email protected] or 405-778-0001