OKLAHOMA CITY - Voters across the state are heading to the polls to cast their votes on several high-profile races and a controversial state question.
However, some voters say not everyone is given the state question ballot.
Tim York says when he went to his polling place on S. Pennsylvania Ave. in Oklahoma City on Tuesday morning, the poll worker asked him if he wanted the ballot for State Question 788.
York says he was taken aback because everyone is supposed to receive that ballot, regardless of party affiliation.
State Question 788 asks voters whether to legalize medical marijuana in our state.
Oklahoma County Election Board officials say they received at least one complaint about this Tuesday morning.
They believe it was an isolated incident and say all of their workers have been thoroughly trained and should know that everyone receives the state question ballot.
I’m hearing of voters getting ballots without #sq788 on it and having to ask for them. Stillwater specifically. Has anyone else had this experience?
— Catherine Sweeney (@CathJSweeney) June 26, 2018
When you vote, make sure you get the ballot with the SQ788. Some people have reported having to ask for it specifically.
— Oklahomans for Health (@OkforHealth) June 25, 2018
I was asked if I wanted a State Question ballot or not.
— Trace Toliver (@TraceJamison) June 26, 2018
My husband had to ask for his.
— Emily L Montgomery (@emlytlemont) June 26, 2018