Welcome to the 2020 Oklahoma Voter Guide

Full site launches October 2020

To find the most recent and thorough information about Oklahoma elections, including the following, click here:

  • Request Absentee Ballots
  • Verify Voter Registration Information
  • View Voting Districts
  • Find Polling Place Information
  • View a Sample Ballot
  • Check the Status of Absentee Ballots
  • Respond to an Address Confirmation Notice – What is this?

By entering your name, date of birth (DOB), Oklahoma driver license number OR state ID number, AND the last four digits of your Social Security number, you can access additional features such as:

  • Change Political Affiliation
  • Change a Residence Address or Mailing Address (Residence change must be within the county where you are currently registered.) NOTE: If change is not within the same county, you will need to complete a paper application, which can be downloaded here.

OKVOTE eliminates all barriers to voter registration. An investment of 2 minutes on a mobile device (or any other internet connected device) and a walk to the mailbox, the prospective voter can take the first step towards a life of active civic engagement. No printer, no problem. No envelope or stamp, no problem. No vehicle, no problem.


Using VOTE411.org, voters can confirm their polling location, check if ID is required, and see what their personal ballot will look like.  Confirming this information before heading to the polls saves voters time and helps voters make more informed decisions. 

An initiative of TYPROS, 918 Vote is a comprehensive voter engagement campaign focused on registering, educating, and mobilizing voters age 40 and under in the Tulsa area. Utilizing non-partisan and community-building tools, we aim to create a new generation of young, engaged voters and establish more representative election outcomes.

The Oklahoma State Election Board relies on poll workers to keep the precinct polling locations running smoothly.  Extensive training is provided free of charge and poll workers are paid for their work.  

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