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Update Voter Registration

How to Make Changes

It’s easy to update your voter registration! Choose one of the options below.

  • Use the OK Voter Portal.
  • Opt in to automatically submit changes to your voter registration at your local tag agency when you apply for, renew, or update your Driver License or State ID.
  • Opt in to update your voter registration at designated public assistance agencies when you apply for, renew, or update your application for services.
  • Complete a paper Voter Registration Application using the OK Voter Portal “wizard.” (You will need to print, mail or hand deliver the application to your County Election Board to complete the process.)
  • Download a Voter Registration Application from the State Election Board website and mail or hand deliver the application to your County Election Board. (Applications are also available at your County Election Board, most tag agencies, libraries, and post offices. Applications submitted to any tag agency that issues Oklahoma Driver Licenses/State IDs or any designated public assistance agency will be mailed to the State Election Board by the agent at no cost.)
  • Download the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) from the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) website and submit it your County Election Board. (military and overseas voters only)

IMPORTANT: When submitting a request for change, be sure to include your previous voter registration information (name, address, county/state).

Deadline to Submit Changes

You can submit changes at any time; however, the law prohibits changes from being made 24 days or less prior to an election in your precinct. The deadline to make changes to your registration is the same as the deadline to register to vote. Changes received after the deadline will be held and processed immediately following the election.

Voting at Previous Polling Place

State law [26 O.S. § 4-117] allows voters, who have moved to a new address within the county where they are currently registered to vote, the opportunity to vote at their previous polling place by showing a valid ID, filling out a new Voter Registration Application, and submitting it to precinct officials. Voter Registration Applications submitted to precinct officials on Election Day will be processed immediately following the election.

New Voter ID Card

You will be mailed a new Voter ID card upon approval of your request. If you have not received a new Voter ID card within 30 days of submitting your changes or registration application, please contact your County Election Board.

Last Modified on Jul 21, 2023