On Monday November 4, hundreds of commuted sentences in Oklahoma were granted by Governor Stitt in the largest single-day commutation effort in our nation’s history.

Oklahoma families are getting their mothers, fathers, sisters, and brothers back home thanks to the efforts of Governor Stitt, the legislature, Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform, and the Pardon and Parole Board.

Join us to celebrate the homecomings of more than 400 people whose sentences have been commuted. They are reuniting with their loved ones in time for the holidays. Going forward, these individuals will be able to live and work without a felony on their record.

Give Governor Stitt a call today to thank him directly for his work on getting this legislation passed.