MAPS 4 supporters promote sales tax extension

Via The Oklahoman

The campaign to sell MAPS 4 in Oklahoma City has kicked off with a trusted brand and a coalition of public officials and organizations who have embraced some aspect of the $1 billion package.

Organizers have reached into the various communities that stand to benefit from the 16 projects, building support ahead of the Dec. 10 vote to extend the penny sales tax that has been in place for over 25 years.

“We’re trying to make it a community project and a community campaign,” said Sharon Caldwell, a partner at the Oklahoma City consulting firm CMA Strategies, which has been involved in previous MAPS campaigns.

Read the rest of the story.