TULSA - Voters in Oklahoma have a new online tool that offers one stop shopping for all the information they need on how to exercise their right to vote.
The Oklahoma State Election Board launched its new Online Voter Tool this week.
It allows Oklahomans to look up their voter registration to see if they're currently registered and how they're registered.
They can also look up their polling location, sample ballots of any upcoming elections in that precinct, and check the status of any absentee ballots they may have requested.
“The new Online Voter Tool gives Oklahomans unprecedented online access to their voter information,” State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said. “We are especially happy to have this service up and running in time for the June 24 Primary Election.”
All you need to know to use the tool is your name and birth date.