Early, in-person voting has ended in Oklahoma, meaning the last chance to fill out a ballot will be at your local precinct.
If you want to see what your ballot will look like before you vote, you can view sample ballots through the OK Voter Portal from the Oklahoma State Election Board.
If you prefer to vote on election day (Nov. 8th), you can find your polling place here.
On election day, the polls will be open from 7am - 7pm.
If you requested and filled out an absentee ballot, it must be received by your county’s election board by 7pm on election day. It may be too late to mail your ballot, but you can still return your ballot by hand to your county’s election board.
“Voters who requested a “standard” absentee ballot (yellow affidavit) have the option to hand deliver their voted ballot to their County Election Board during regular business hours. Ballots must be returned no later than the Monday prior to the election. A valid proof of identity is required when dropping off your absentee ballot and your affidavit must be notarized. Voters are reminded that it is against the law to submit an absentee ballot on behalf of another person.” According to the Oklahoma State Election Board.
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