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Oklahoma Voting Guide

For many people, voting is their primary way of participating in politics, and the state of Oklahoma has worked to make voting accessible for all of its residents. However, there are many rules and requirements to know before casting your ballot.

Am I eligible to vote in Oklahoma?

You are eligible to vote in Oklahoma if you are:

  • A citizen of the United States of America
  • A resident of the state of Oklahoma
  • At least 18 years of age

You cannot vote in Oklahoma if you:

  • Are a convicted felon who has not served their full sentence, e.g., incarceration, parole, probation, etc.
  • Have been judged by a court to be incapacitated

Where Do I Vote?

You can find your local polling place by logging into the OK Voter Portal. This portal will provide you with your voter registration information, your polling place, a sample ballot, and other voting resources you may find helpful.

How to Register in Oklahoma

There are several ways to register to vote in Oklahoma. This includes registering:

In Person

You can register in person at your local County Election Board and other governmental and public agencies, such as the post office, libraries, and DMV. If you fill out your application at one of these places, they will submit your application to the local County Election Board for no cost.


Online registration is now available via the OK Voter Portal "Wizard" for new voters, and on the Oklahoma Voter Portal for registered voters to update their information. Make sure to print, sign, and submit the application to your local County Election Board to complete the process. 

At the DMV

You will be offered a voter registration application when you conduct driver license and vehicle registration processes at your local DMV office, as well as when you apply for assistance at some government agencies.

By Mail

You can download a voter registration application online, complete it, and mail it to your local County Election Board. You will need to add a first-class postage stamp to the envelope if you do choose to register by mail.

Oklahoma Voting Resources

Your vote counts. Take the time to learn how and when to vote.


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