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Absentee deadline approaches, early voting scheduled for General Election

Monday, October 27, 2014

NEWS RELEASE         

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:        Date Oct. 27, 2014

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

Absentee deadline approaches, early voting scheduled for General Election

(Oklahoma City) – Voters have until 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29 to request an absentee ballot and vote by mail in the Nov. 4 General Election, Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said.

In-person early voting for the General Election begins Thursday.

Applications for absentee ballots can be downloaded from the Oklahoma State Election Board’s website at http://elections.ok.govor picked up at any of the state’s 77 county election boards.

Completed absentee ballots must be received by mail at county election boards by 7 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 4.

Those who want to vote early in person can do so Thursday, Friday or Saturday. Early voting will be available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Early voting will be available at all 77 county election boards.

Voters in Cleveland, Oklahoma and Tulsa Counties can also vote early at satellite locations. Cleveland County voters can vote at a satellite early voting location at Moore Norman Technology Center’s campus at SW 134 and Pennsylvania Avenue in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma County’s satellite location is at the MAC Activity Center, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive in Edmond. Tulsa County will have its alternate early voting location at Hardesty Library, 8316 E 93 in Tulsa.

Items on the ballot include statewide offices such as Governor, two U.S. Senate seats, four of the state’s five U.S. Representative seats, legislative races, district attorneys, judges and three state questions. Local elections will be on the ballot in some communities.

Voters can see which races are on the ballot in their county by calling their county election board or by visiting http://elections.ok.govand checking a link for upcoming local elections. State and federal races on the ballot are also listed on the website.

The election board’s Online Voter Tool is also available on the website and will allow voters to look up their polling location, view sample ballots, track their absentee ballot and more.

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Last Modified on Oct 22, 2020
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