(Oklahoma City) – Polls across the state open at 7 a.m. Tuesday, November 3 for Election Day voting.
The State Election Board says this is a unique election year for many reasons – the pandemic, a recent ice storm, and a surge in voter registration numbers.
State Election Board Secretary, Paul Ziriax, says Oklahoma county election boards are prepared.
“Our county election boards are facing challenges they’ve never experienced before, but they have been preparing for this election for months. We want to assure Oklahomans that every registered voter that wants to vote will be able to vote. This election will be conducted safely, fairly, and securely. We ask that voters be patient and courteous not only to other voters, but election workers as well,” Ziriax said.