It’s Election Day!
Today is Election Day for voters in seventy-three (73) counties! Elections on the ballot include the Board of Education General Election, statutory municipal elections, and special elections – including an election in Senator District 22. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
You can view a sample ballot or find your polling place by logging into the OK Voter Portal. (You will need to provide your name, as it appears on your voter registration, and date of birth.) Keep in mind, sample ballots are specific to each voter. If you do not see a sample ballot, you do not have an election.
Be prepared to show proof of identity when you arrive at the polls to vote. You can learn more about Oklahoma’s proof of identity laws on the Oklahoma State Election Board website.
The State Election Board encourages voters to wear a mask or face covering while voting and to maintain a safe distance from others while at the polls. We ask that voters please be patient and follow all safety procedures. You will find more information regarding Oklahoma elections and COVID-19 safety protocols on the State Election Board website.
Questions? Please contact your County Election Board for more information.