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March 31, 2014 is deadline for political affiliation change in even-numbered years

VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE

APRIL AND MAY, 2014

BE PREPARED TO VOTE ON

JUNE 24TH!

  3 PRECINCT LOCATIONS CHANGED

Effective immediately Sageeyah Baptist Church, Precinct No. 9 has changed to Lifechanger Church, located at 2221 Cornerstone Avenue, Claremore, Oklahoma.

Effective immediately Oologah Assembly of God Church on Cooweescoowee in Oologah, Precinct No. 15 has changed to Northwest Fire District, located at 6601 East 400 Road, Oologah, Oklahoma.

Effective immediately Rogers State University/Arena at 14674 South US Highway 169 in Oologah, Precinct No. 32 has changed to Liberty Freewill Baptist Church, located at 14992 US 169, Oologah, Oklahoma.  This is also the location for Precinct No. 33.

All voters in both Precincts will be issued a new card. 

 

New Early Voting Days Effective November 2013
Thursday 8AM – 6PM
Friday 8AM – 6PM
Saturday 9AM – 2PM
(federal and state only)
NO EARLY VOTING ON MONDAYS

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Frequently asked Questions

How do I get an absentee ballot?

Send a written request to the County Election Board in the county where you are registered to vote. Get the application here. You cannot request an absentee ballot online or by telephone.

I am registered to vote in Claremore, but I work in Tulsa. Can I vote in Tulsa?

No. State law requires that you register to vote according to your address of residence. You may vote only at the polling place to which you are assigned based on the address where you are registered. (But you can request an absentee ballot or vote early. See above.)

 

When are polling places open?

On regular and special election days, polling places are open from 7 AM until 7 PM. (Hours are different for early voting.)
 

How do I register to vote in Oklahoma?

It’s easy. Just complete a voter registration form and send it in. Get the application here. You can also get the form at most post offices and public libraries, or you can complete one at County Election Board offices and tag agencies. Details.

Why do I have to show proof of identity?

State law requires all registered voters to prove their identity before voting in person at the precinct polling place on election day or during early voting at the County Election Board. Details
 

My mother/father/son/daughter, etc., has moved to another state, but his or her name is still on the precinct registry at the polling place. How can I have his or her name removed?

Only the voter can request that his or her name be removed. The voter may complete a “Request to Cancel Voter Registration” form and send it to the County Election Board in the county where he or she is registered, requesting that his or her voter registration be canceled. The request must be notarized. Get the form here.
 

I am registered to vote in Claremore, but I work in Tulsa. Can I vote in Tulsa?

No. State law requires that you register to vote according to your address of residence. You may vote only at the polling place to which you are assigned based on the address where you are registered. (But you can request an absentee ballot or vote early. See above.)

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