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Voting Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I registered to vote?

Where do I register?

Can I register online?

What is the deadline to register?

Where is my polling place?

9 TCCL locations (Brookside, Hardesty Regional, Martin Regional, Maxwell Park, Nathan Hale, Peggy Helmerich, Rudisill Regional, Suburban Acres, and South Broken Arrow).

Click here to find your polling place: https://www.ok.gov/elections/OVP.html  

What are polling place hours?

Do I have to show ID?

How do I vote absentee?

Can I vote early?

Early voting will take place at ONEOK Field, 201 N Elgin Ave.
Early voting days and times

  • Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Friday, Oct. 30, 2020, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where can I find a sample ballot?

Become a Poll Worker

Poll Workers are required to be registered voters in Tulsa County. Workers are required to attend a one-day training class prior to working at a poll. Poll Workers are required to staff the polls from 6:30 am- 7:30 pm.

View job descriptions, or apply at Tulsa County's Poll Workers Portal

Contact the Election Board

Tulsa County Election Board
555 N. Denver Ave
Tulsa, OK 74103

Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

"Use It or Lose It" Voter Registration Purge

The Oklahoma State Election Board sends out prepaid mailers confirming the address of anyone who has not voted or updated their registration in the last four years.

Individuals not responding to the mailer will be removed as registered voters. All information on inactive voters will be destroyed, and they will be required to re-register. 

In Latest Purge, Nearly 90,000 Inactive Voters Removed From Rolls

2020 Election Schedule

2020 Election Schedule

2020 Voting & COVID-19

Vote.org COVID-19 information by state

Absentee Voting in Oklahoma
Any registered voter in Oklahoma may vote by absentee ballot. It is not necessary to give a reason for voting absentee.

Early voting for the November elections to be held at ONEOK Field (Tulsa World 9/21/2020)

Oklahoma Supreme Court strikes notary requirement for absentee ballots (Oklahoman 5/4/2020)


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United States Elections Project

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The United States Elections Project is an information source for the United States electoral system.  The mission of the project is to provide timely and accurate election statistics, electoral laws, research reports, and other useful information regarding the United States electoral system. By providing this information, the project seeks to inform the people of the United States on how their electoral system works, how it may be improved, and how they can participate in it.

2020 Presidential Candidates

Candidates as listed on the Oklahoma ballot:

Donald J. Trump (R)

Jo Jorgensen (L)

Joe Biden (D)

Jade Simmons (I)

Kanye West (I)

Brock Pierce (I)



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