In Oklahoma elections are overseen by the Oklahoma State Election Board.
CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS AND FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE:
REGISTERING TO VOTE IN OKLAHOMA:
Voters must register at least 24 days before an election.
Registration changes are available at any time except voters may not change their party affiliation between April 1 and August 31 of an even-numbered year (i.e. a Federal election year).
Voters are issued an ID card when they register.
Semi-Closed Primaries, meaning voters must vote in the party which they are registered in with on exception: As of 2019 Independent voters will be able to vote in the Democratic primary.
WAYS TO VOTE:
In Person on Election Day
Early (Generally occurs for just a few days just before Election Day at local County Election Board or one of their designated satellite offices. In 2018, the early voting days areThursday, November 1, 8am-6pm, Friday, November 2, 8am-6pm, Saturday, November 3, 9am-2pm.)
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:
ID or Voter Registration Card is required to vote.
If the voter does not have their Voter Registration Card, they may present any ID issued by US Government, OK, or Fed-recognized Tribal government that inlcudes their photograph and is current as of date of voting (for voters aged 65 or older ID does not need to be valid).
For more information, check out VoteRiders.com.
Polling Hours: 7:00am – 7:00pm
State Election Board Hotline: (405) 521-2391
Oklahoma is one of a few states in which write-in voting is not permitted. That means voters are only able to vote for candidates that appear on the ballot.