There are no statewide elections scheduled in 2011. August 9th is the next local/ special election. View list of upcoming elections and special election.
Register to vote, or change your name, address or party affiliation by submitting your completed Oklahoma voter registration application form. Learn more.
You must register at least 25 days before the election. Learn more (scroll down to When to Register).
Your voter identification card is proof of your registration. Call your county election board if you have any questions.
If you are likely to lose your status as a registered voter, the state will mail you an address confirmation card. To remain registered to vote you must return the card. Learn more.
Polls are open from 7 am to 7 pm in Oklahoma.
Find your polling place.
Bring your Oklahoma driver's license and/or voter identification card to the polls. Learn more.
Any registered voter may vote in-person absentee (early) at your local county elections board office from 8 AM to 6 PM on Friday and Monday before all elections. Learn more (scroll down to In-person Absentee Voting).
Any registered voter in Oklahoma may vote by absentee ballot. Learn more.
The Oklahoma State Election Board website has detailed information about registering, voting and elections.
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