Guide to Voting

1. Voter registration

Deadline to Register/update: OCTOBER 9, 2020

Link to Application: https://www.ok.gov/elections/Voter_Info/Register_to_Vote/

2. Check Your registration

Why check your registration? Your address is where election officials send notices, application forms to receive your ballot in the mail, and more. Additionally, poll workers will check if the address on your voter registration matches the address on your ID at the polls.

Check Registration Here:  https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/

Update Registration Here: https://www.ok.gov/elections/Voter_Info/Register_to_Vote/


  • Is your name spelled correctly? (Correct hyphenations, middle initials, etc)
  • Correct Address
  • Active Voter Status (if not update by sending in another online/mail voter application)
  • Correct Date of Birth

3. Order your mail ballot

Deadline to Order Absentee mail Ballot: October 27, 2020

We recommend requesting your advance mail ballot as soon as possible and well in advance of this deadline in order to ensure that you receive your ballot in time.

Application for Absentee Ballot: https://www.ok.gov/elections/Voter_Info/Absentee_Voting/

Deadline to return absentee mail Ballot: 
received by november 3, 2020 (election day) 7pm

*You may deliver your mail-in ballot by hand to your county election board during regular business hours. 

Find your county election board here: https://www.ok.gov/elections/About_Us/County_Election_Boards

    4. Early voting information

    • Early voting is available October 29, 2020 – October 31, 2020. Contact your polling place for hours. https://www.ok.gov/elections/Election_Info/2020_Election_Calendar.html 
      • You can vote early at the County Election Board office in the county where you are registered to vote from 8 AM to 6 PM on Thursday and Friday before all elections. For state and federal elections only, early voting is available from 9 AM to 2 PM on the Saturday before the election. To find your county election board contact information visit: https://www.ok.gov/elections/About_Us/County_Election_Boards/   
        • Secretary of the county can designate one or more locations for early in-person absentee voting. The location(s) must be available from 8AM to 6PM on Thursday and Friday, and from 9AM to 2PM on Saturday.

         5. Be a poll worker

        • Become a poll worker! Election offices are expecting shortages in poll workers due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
        • Poll workers must be 18 years old or over, and a registered voter in their county

        6. Additional Questions?



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