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Letters to the State Legislature from State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax: READ LETTERS

Military ballots available for download; sample ballots posted online

Friday, July 25, 2014

NEWS RELEASE         

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:        Date July 25, 2014

CONTACT:    State Election Board PIO Bryan Dean, (405) 522-6624 bdean@elections.ok.gov

Military ballots available for download; sample ballots posted online

(OKLAHOMA CITY) – Military and overseas voters can download and track their ballots, and all voters can view their sample ballots online for the Aug. 26 Runoff Primary Election, Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said Friday.

Oklahomans who are in one of the uniformed services of the United States or who live or work overseas and use the Federal Post Card Application to request absentee ballots are eligible to receive their absentee ballots using Oklahoma Military and Overseas Ballots Online.

The site allows eligible military and overseas voters to login via a secure link to download their ballots. Ballots can be marked before they are printed or filled out by hand. Completed ballots can then be returned by mail or fax to the voter’s county election board.

The system can be accessed via a link sent to users when they sign up. The service also allows voters to track whether their ballot has been received by their county election board.

Military and overseas voters who have not signed up to receive ballots electronically can do so by filling out a Federal Post Card Application at www.FVAP.gov/oklahomaand submitting it to their county election board. The deadline to request an absentee ballot for the Aug. 26 Primary Election is 5 p.m. on Aug. 20.

Online Voter Tool includes sample ballots for all voters

Voters can look at their sample ballot for the Aug. 26 Runoff Primary Election using the election board’s Online Voter Tool at http://elections.ok.gov. The sample ballots are specific to the voter’s precinct.

The tool can also be used to confirm registration information, find your polling place and track absentee ballots.

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Last Modified on Oct 22, 2020
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