Post-election audits for the August 23 Runoff Primary Election and November 8 General Election are now available on the Oklahoma State Election Board Website. Forty three counties were selected to audit the Runoff Primary, while all seventy seven counties audited the General Election.
To view the audits, as well as summaries of all candidate-requested recounts, please visit the Oklahoma State Election Board’s website.
Original post courtesy of the Oklahoma State Election Board.
With Georgia’s runoff election ending with a victory for Senator Raphael Warnock (AP, 2022), the midterm Senate elections are officially done. Official results show an even split between political parties, with 49 Democratic Senators, 49 GOP Senators, and 2 independent Senators elected.
The House midterms are still ongoing, with votes being counted in Colorado. To keep up with national election updates, you can visit the Associated Press website or view Google’s election map, which draws data from the Associated Press. The Center for Civic Engagement will also provide an update once the House election is called.
Voter registration statistics for November 2022 and previous months are now available on the Oklahoma State Election Board’s website here.
In addition, absentee ballots for the January 10th election are now available on the Ok Voter Portal. 18 counties are having election on the day, and you can find the election list here.
For more information on the the January 10th election, or if you have any concerns regarding your voting status please contact the State Election Board at (405) 521-2391 or email@example.com.