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Organization : Oklahoma State Election Board
Facility : Check Voter Registration Status
State : Oklahoma
Country : United States
Check Registration Status :
Use the Online Voter Tool to confirm your registration, find your polling place, track your absentee ballot, or view a sample ballot.
Oklahoma State Election Board Voter Registration : www.electionin.org/917.html
Voter Search :
Please enter your name and birth date exactly as you provided on your voter registration application.
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Browsers and release versions that are currently supported and tested for use with the Online Voter Tool interface. :
** Microsoft Internet Explorer (10+)
** Google Chrome
** Mozilla Firefox
** Safari for Windows
Proof of Identity for Voting :
1. Why do I have to show proof of identity?
State law requires all registered voters to prove their identity before voting in person at the precinct polling place on election day or during early voting at the County Election Board. Details
2. What can I show for proof of identity?
You may show any document issued by the United States, the State of Oklahoma, or a federally recognized tribal government if it includes your name, a photograph of you, and an expiration date that is later than the election in which you are voting.
For example, the following documents meet these requirements :
** Oklahoma driver license
** Oklahoma Identification Card
** United States passport
Top of Voter RegistrationUnited States military identification
The law also requires that your name on your proof of identity must match your name in the Precinct Registry
There are two alternatives to showing a photo identification described above :
1. You may show the free Voter Identification Card issued by the County Election Board as proof of identity even though it does not include a photograph.
2. You may vote by provisional ballot and prove your identity by signing a sworn affidavit.
3. May I use my tribal membership card as proof of identity?
You may use a tribal membership card if it includes your name and a photograph of you, provided it is not expired.
4. What if I do not have proof of identity with me when I go to vote?
If you do not show proof of identity, you may vote only by provisional ballot. Voters who cast provisional ballots are required to fill out and sign an affidavit that explains why their provisional ballot should be counted. Provisional ballots are sealed inside special envelopes and are not put through the voting device. After election day, County Election Board officials will investigate the information provided by the voter on the affidavit and either will approve the provisional ballot for counting or will reject it based on the outcome of that investigation. In order for a provisional ballot to be approved for counting, the information on the affidavit must match the information in the voter’s registration record.
5. What happens if I refuse to show proof of identity?
If you do not have or if you refuse to show proof of identity, you may vote by provisional ballot and prove your identity by submitting a sworn affidavit with the provisional ballot. Provisional ballots are sealed inside special envelopes and are not put through the voting device. After election day, County Election Board officials will investigate the information provided by the voter on the affidavit and either will approve the provisional ballot for counting or will reject it based on the outcome of that investigation. In order for a provisional ballot to be approved for counting, the information on the affidavit must match the information in the voter’s registration record.
6. If I vote by mail absentee ballot, do I have to enclose a copy of my proof of identity with my ballot?
No. Most voters who vote by absentee ballot either have their signatures on their affidavits notarized or have them witnessed by two people. The law considers the notarization or witnessing sufficient to establish the identity of an absentee voter.
Voter List :
1. My mother/father/son/daughter, etc., has moved to another state, but his or her name is still on the precinct registry at the polling place. How can I have his or her name removed?
Only the voter can request that his or her name be removed. The voter may complete a “Request to Cancel Voter Registration” form and send it to the County Election Board in the county where he or she is registered, requesting that his or her voter registration be canceled. The request must be notarized. Get the form here.
2. My family member is deceased, but his or her name is still on the precinct registry at the polling place. How can I have his or her name removed?
The deceased voter’s next of kin may complete a “Request to Cancel Registration of Deceased Voter” form at the polling place. Or, the next of kin may send the request to the County Election Board in the county where the deceased voter is registered. The request must be notarized. Get the form here.
3. How can I get a computer list of registered voters?
Files containing voter registration data are available for free from the State Election Board. View the information available or download an information packet including an account request form here. Or, call the State Election Board at 405-521-2391 or e-mail: email@example.com.
4. How can I get voters’ telephone numbers?
Voter registration records do not contain voters’ telephone numbers. We cannot offer any assistance in obtaining that information.
5. How can I get candidates’ telephone numbers and e-mail addresses?
Candidates may include telephone numbers, e-mail addresses or website URLs in their declarations of candidacy, although it is not required. Declarations of candidacy for county or local candidates can be requested from the appropriate county election board. Declarations of candidacy for state officers or judicial races can be requested by calling the State Election Board, (405) 521-2391.
6. How can I identify a voter’s race/color/gender/ethnic origin, etc.?
Voter registration records do not include any of these types of information.
Voter Registration :
1. How do I register to vote in Oklahoma?
It’s easy. Just complete a voter registration form and send it in. Get the application here. You can also get the form at most post offices and public libraries, or you can complete one at County Election Board offices and tag agencies. Details.
2. How do I change my name, address or political affiliation on my voter registration?
To make any changes to your voter registration, send in a new voter registration application. Get the application here. You cannot make changes in your voter registration online or by telephone. Details.
3. I lost my Voter ID card. How do I get a replacement?
Request a replacement Voter ID card from the County Election Board in the county where you are registered to vote