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!
Visit the Oklahoma State Election Board's Voter Portal to find you polling place, request an absentee ballot (Note: you may now request an absentee ballot for all 2021 elections in which you are eligible to vote), view sample ballots, download a voter registration application, confirm your voter registration, update your voter registration information, view election dates and deadlines, and more.
2020 Election Guides
On November 3, 2020, voters in the U.S. will cast ballots in elections at the federal, state and local levels, including for the presidency and both houses of Congress.Provided by World News Digest
Visit the 2020 Election Guide
Oklahoma Voting Guide
Prepared by the League of Women Voters, the Oklahoma Voting Guide highlights information on state questions and provides essential voter resource links.Visit the Oklahoma Voting Guide
Prepared by the League of Women Voters, the Absentee Voting Guide walks voters through the steps to mail-in voting including a checklist to ensure your vote is counted.Download Absentee Voting Guide
August is National Women’s Suffrage Month and this year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment to the United States Constitution. While the ratification of the 19th amendment dramatically changed and expanded the electorate, it did not usher in universal voting rights for all...
Every election season we all get bombarded with mailers, online posts, and TV ads for candidates or issues, both at the national and local level. Campaigns are consistently adapting their outreach; efforts might range from texting community members to hosting live townhalls. How can we evalu...