2O2O General Election: Frequently Asked Questions

Voting By Mail:

What are the verification requirements for absentee voting?

For the standard absentee ballot, you can either 1) get your ballot notarized or 2) attach a photocopy of a valid ID (voter registration card, driver’s license, military, or tribal ID). Learn more here.

If you’re physically incapacitated or care for a physically incapacitated person, you can either 1) have two individuals witness your ballot, or 2) submit a copy of a valid photo ID (voter registration card, driver’s license, military, or tribal ID). Learn more here.

When do I need to mail my ballot?

The USPS recommends voters in Oklahoma mail their ballots by October 27th.

Can I deliver my absentee ballot in person?

Yes, you can hand-deliver your ballot anytime before November 2nd at 5 p.m. at your local county election board. Make sure you bring a copy of a valid ID (voter registration card, driver’s license, military, or tribal ID).

If I request an absentee ballot, can I still decide to vote in person on Election Day?

Yes. You will sign your name in a registration book and an affidavit swearing that you did not cast your absentee ballot, and then you can vote in person on Election Day.


Voting in Person:

How do I find my polling place?

Visit the OK Voter Portal and enter your name and date of birth. Under “Voter Information,” click “Your Polling Place.” 

Can I vote early?

Yes. You can vote early during designated times at your local county election board. Learn more here.

For more information, visit the state election board website.


Voting in Oklahoma City:

What are the propositions on the ballot?

If you live in Oklahoma City, there are nine proposed amendments to the city charter. Learn more here.