To be eligible to vote by mail in Oklahoma, you must submit a request for absentee ballot. Once approved, your ballots will be mailed to you for one year. Submit your application online and never miss another election!

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may submit a photocopy of a valid ID (e.g. voter ID card, OK driver’s license or state ID, or military ID card) OR have your ballot notarized for the June 30th election.

If you need your ballot notarized, please email us at and we will arrange to have a notary come to you.

Applications for absentee ballots must be received by June 23rd for the June 30th election.

Your polling location can be found by checking your registration on the Oklahoma State Election Board’s online voter portal. This is your one stop shop for all voter information.

While searching for your polling location, we suggest that you double check your registration status closely for any corrections that need to be made.

Changes in voter registration for the June 30th election must be received by June 5th.

To sign up for voting reminders from the campaign, please join our email list.

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