If you are in the Sooner State, pay attention the campaign to get Medicaid Expansion on the ballot:
#BREAKING: The #Medicaidexpansion campaign in Oklahoma, @YesOn802, says it has hit its signature gathering goal. They need to get at least 178,000 certified by the Sec. of State to get it on the 2020 ballot, and they're due Oct 28!
— Caroline Halter (@CarolineHalter) October 11, 2019
Right now, it looks like it should be General Election ballot. If I was an organizer, I would look to pad the signature tally for two reasons. First, some signatures will be rejected as least one person will have signed “Mickey Mouse”. Secondly, this is a great source of early mobilization and get out the vote information. People who are willing to sign a petition to get an issue on the ballot ar eprobably fairly persuadable to vote for that measure.
Oklahoma, at the state level, has had some different ideas on how to expand Medicaid. One of the more unusual ideas was a county level expansion where the state share of 10% of costs would be borne by county taxes. This expansion effort would be state wide if there is a working and voting majority. I do not understand Oklahoma law well enough to know if the legislature could override a referandum and either slow-walk it like Nebraska or dramatically rework it like Idaho and Utha have done with their voter approved Medicaid expansions.
But if you are a Sooner, look for the signature gatherers.