Looking for information about registering to vote and upcoming elections, interested in ways to be more civically engaged, or in need of some voting inspired reads? Look no further than Metropolitan Library System’s Voter Resources page. Keep scrolling to learn about a variety of civic-themed resources!
Make sure to visit the Oklahoma State Election Board Official Website to find you polling place, view sample ballots, download a voter registration application, confirm your voter registration, update your voter registration information, request an absentee ballot, view election dates and deadlines, and more.
Free Copying Services Available for Absentee Voting
- Staff can make free copies of the following forms of ID needed to vote by absentee ballot:
- A valid photo identification issued to you by the United States, by the State of Oklahoma, or by a federally recognized Native American nation or tribe, or
- A valid photo identification issued to you by a branch of the United States armed forces because you are a member or a retired member of that service branch, or
- The free Voter Identification Card mailed to you by your County Election Board when you registered to vote. (Please contact your County Election Board to have a new copy of your Voter Identification Card mailed to you.)
- Please follow the instructions for curbside service and let the staff know you are needing a copy of your ID to vote by absentee ballot.
Free Notary Services
Many financial institutions and other organizations across Oklahoma are offering free absentee voter services to assist voters with absentee ballot affidavit verification. Visit the Oklahoma State Election Board for a list of locations offering free absentee voter services in Oklahoma County (list updated daily).
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