- Need an Application to Vote?
- Need copies of required ID to vote by absentee ballot ?
- Need help registering to vote online ?
- Need to update your address?
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USEFUL LINKS FOR THE CIVIC-MINDED AND WELL-INFORMED VOTER
REGISTER TO VOTE & MORE
- Oklahoma State Election Board
- Oklahoma State Election Board Online Voter Tool: Confirm Voter Registration Status, Find Polling Place, Track Your Absentee Ballot, and View Sample Ballots
- Oklahoma Voter Registration Application
Voters who are not currently registered to vote, those needing to change their name, or change an address to a different county may submit those changes by filling out and returning a paper form to the Oklahoma State Election Board.
- Update Voter Registration Information Online
- Absentee Voting in Oklahoma
Apply for absentee ballots online, download an absentee ballot request form, and learn more about absentee voting in Oklahoma.
- OK Vote
The mission of OKVOTE is to make the voter registration process simple and accessible to every Oklahoman by eliminating every barrier to access. We have created a website that allows a prospective registrant to complete the required voter registration form via a mobile device or PC in around two minutes. The completed paper form is then mailed to the registrant along with a postage-paid, preaddressed envelope used to mail the form to the appropriate County Election Board. Getting registered via OKVOTE requires only an internet connected device including a cell phone and the ability to mail the completed form.
- Poll Worker Opportunities
- Definitions of Common Voting and Election Terms
- Federal Voting Assistance Program
- GovTrack-Find Your Representative and Senators and the Legislation that Affects You
- League of Women Voters of Oklahoma Voting Guide
- Presidential Election Process
- State of Oklahoma: My Government
- Supreme Court of the United States Blog
- Voting and Election Laws
CAMPAIGN FINANCE DISCLOSURES
- Annenberg Political Fact Check
- Center for Public Integrity
- How to Spot Fake News
The State of Oklahoma currently recognizes three political parties:
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