Oklahoma Absentee Voting Information

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Many people might choose to vote by Absentee ballot in the upcoming June primary.

The courts ruled you do not have to have the ballot notarized but the Oklahoma legislature enacted new laws governing this.
Read the details on what you must have in order to vote absentee.

You may request an absentee ballot here.

There are specific instructions listed on the Oklahoma State Election Board’s website on how to request and return the ballots. Please follow all the directions and meet the deadlines.


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