2022 & 2021 Legislative Scorecard

2022 Legislative Scorecard

Below is the scorecard for how our Oklahoma legislators voted during the 2022 session on the bills outlined below only. If you prefer, you can download a copy of the document.

Bills used for scoring:
HB3144 Discrimination against 2A Companies
HB4327 Prohibiting abortion
SB2 Women’s sports
SB186 Felons can ride in car with someone carrying
SB612 Prohibiting abortion
SB925 Private Property Protection Act
SB1251 Militia Protection Act
SB1591 Illegals getting Drivers License
SB1709 ODWC Laws changed to Rules

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2022 oklahoma legislative scorecard
2022 oklahoma legislative scorecard
Oklahoma Legislative Session Scorecard for senators

2021 Scorecard – Oklahoma Legislative Session

Here are the bills OK2A focused on during the 2021 session. See below which ones were passed and which weren’t. Below that are scorecards on how our Oklahoma legislators voted on various bills. You can stay informed on the status of any bills, just visit the Oklahoma State Legislature website.

The 2021 2nd Amendment Legislative Session Scorecard here in a downloadable pdf format. Click the link to open and view, or right-click on the link to download to your computer.  We have the scorecard below if you’d just like to view it.

This scorecard is based on our elected representatives voting record on these bills:

SB368 – Religious institutions cannot be declared non-essential (became law)
SB541 – No business closure during pandemic without due process (not passed)
SB631 – 2A Sanctuary (with cutoff at 1968 GCA) (became law)
SB646 – Carry into restaurants and bars if not drinking (became law)
SB672 – Allow chamber loaded long gun in vehicle (became law)
SB839 – Game Warden needs permission to place camera (became law)
SB925 – Private Property Protection Act (not passed)
HB1236 – 10th Amendment, State’s Rights (became law)
HB1674 – Driver escaping crowd unlawfully blocking road/vehicle (became law)
HB1775 – Prohibit Critical Race Theory being taught in schools (became law)
HB2588 – Teacher Carry (not passed)
HB2645 – Omni-Lite, gun rights in public event venues (became law)

Sen. Nathan Dahm, Rep. Jay Steagall, Don Spencer, Gov. Kevin Stitt
Sen. Nathan Dahm, Rep. Jay Steagall, Don Spencer, Gov. Kevin Stitt

Here is How Your Oklahoma Legislators Scored in 2021

2021 Oklahoma Legislative Accomplishments Voting Records
2021 Oklahoma Legislattive Results
2021 Oklahoma Legislative Accomplishments
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