Voter Assistance in Oklahoma
- voters who have physical disabilities and are unable to mark their own ballots
- voters who have visual impairment
- voters who have physical disabilities or infirmities and are unable to enter the polling place
- voters who cannot read
Choosing Your Assistant
Polling Place Accessibility
In rare, extreme circumstances, some voters with physical disabilities still may be unable to enter their polling places. These voters may be assisted by two Precinct Officials outside the polling place. Call your local County Election Board for more information.
Other Assistance for Voters
If you need help to fill out the Oklahoma Voter Registration Application form, you may ask a friend or relative to help. The helper must write his or her name and address in the space provided on the application form. If you want to apply for voter registration but are unable to sign the form or even to make a mark on the form, contact your local County Election Board or the State Election Board for more information.