Directory of information on voting, elections and political advocacy in Oklahoma.
Voting — at every election, national, state and local — is the most important thing you can do as an ordinary citizen.
You can register to vote in person at your county election board (PDF), or download a form to mail in. If registered, you can (and should) update your record if you move or change your name. Anyone in Oklahoma can sign up to vote by mail (“absentee”), which is an easy way to never miss an election.
- Check your (or anyone’s) voting history at BadVoter.org.
- Oklahoma State Election Board
- Vote by mail: okvotebymail.com (Online registration form for absentee voting.)
Who’s running and when to vote
Citizen lobbying of elected representatives
Oklahoma Ethics Commission – research lobbyist and candidate committee filings