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The Oklahoma State Election Board website has information on voting in Oklahoma and to access the Online Voter Portal. At the Oklahoma Voter Portal you can:
There is info on election deadlines, results and state questions. You can also request an Absentee Ballot at the Portal, or use the link below to the application. Remember you must reapply for absentee voting each year, and your ballots must be notarized and mailed prior to the deadline.
Link for instructions on Oklahoma Voter Registration.
Online voter registration is not yet available in Oklahoma, but you can download the Oklahoma Voter Registration Form to print.
Any registered voter can vote by mail. Oklahoma does not require voters have a reason to request an absentee ballot, although special conditions make it even easier for voters to cast an absentee ballot if they are physically incapacitated, a caretaker for a physically incapacitated person, a nursing home resident or if they are in the military or living overseas. Note: Most absentee ballots must be notarized.
Learn more about Oklahoma Absentee Voting and request an absentee ballot.
Subscribe to email or text notifications of upcoming elections.
You can vote early at the County Election Board office in the county where you are registered to vote from 8 AM to 6 PM on Thursday and Friday before all elections.Click here for the Oklahoma County Election Board's list of upcoming elections.
Contact Your Legislators
Make your voice heard! Click here for a list of links to your Oklahoma local, state and federal elected officials.
Oklahoma District Maps
Don't know who your elected officials are? Click here for Oklahoma House district maps and Senate district maps.