Author: Janelle Grellner

Last Day to request an Absentee Ballot is TUESDAY, OCT 27th at 5p.m.!

REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT!

Would you like to vote by mail? Will you be unable to get to the polls to vote in person on November the 3rd? Have you made a Voting Plan?

Visit the Oklahoma Election Board https://www.ok.gov/elections/  to learn about absentee ballots, then click on the OK Voter Portal link from that page or from this link  https://www.ok.gov/elections/OVP.html to request an application and learn even more. 

Your ballot will then arrive by mail.
Read and follow all instructions, including the double envelopes and new guidelines for sending a copy of your ID. See this link for info:  https://www.ok.gov/elections/Voter_Info/Absentee_Voter_Verification.html
Mail it to your county election board. (Find this information on the same OK Voter Portal.
It must be received by 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3rd, OR you can turn it in yourself by Monday, November 2nd to your County election board before the close of business.

Interesting Links related to the Debates and Election

The UCO Center for Civic Engagement/American Democracy Project has a relationship with the New York Times that provides the Times on campus and electronically for UCO faculty, staff, and students.   Here are some NYT articles from this morning:

Virus Takes Center Stage as Pence and Harris Skirmish in Debate

Fact-Checking the Vice Presidential Debate

Watch 6 Standout Moments from Harris and Pence at the Debate

Best and Worst Moments of the Debate…

An article posted prior to the debate that tried to predict the debate

How will Pence fare vs. Harris? 5 Moments from 2016 Offer Clues