Register Now, Vote Early
Want to vote on November 8th?
The Oklahoma Election Board is accepting voter registration until October 14th. After that you are out of luck – registration closes at 5pm on Friday, October 14th.
Want to vote early?
If you are registered by October 14th, you may vote early by absentee ballot or on November 3rd, 4th and 5th.
Absentee ballets no longer require an excuse and may be ordered online at or at your Election Board.
Ordering an absentee ballot does NOT require you to actually vote the ballot you received in the mail. You may still go to your polling place on Election Day or go to your County Election Board on early voting days and vote in person.
Early voting: Thursday, November 3, 8 AM – 6 PM
Friday, November 4, 8 AM – 6 PM
Saturday, November 5, 9 AM – 2 PM
The advantages of getting your absentee ballot early are many.
1. You get to see and research all the important, lengthy and boring state questions, judges and candidates at your leisure.
2. You get to avoid the hail storm or tornados that may be predicted for election day.
3. You can even be out-of-town or overseas… just get it notarized and mailed to the Election Board to arrive prior to 5 p.m. November 8th. Your bank will notarize for free.
4. You can still go to the polls and vote in person. Just sign the affidavit that you have not voted your absentee ballot and you will be given a ballot to vote in person.
5. You have the satisfaction of having reset your BadVoter.org voting record to 100%.
It’s the responsible civic duty of every 18 or older American to vote. Even 17 year olds, who will be 18 before or on Election Day, are eligible to register to vote right now.
No American can claim to be a Patriot, if they don’t vote.
– – – – So just do it!