Voter Info

Election is April 2nd

Make a Plan to Vote

Will you vote absentee ballot or in-person? Will you vote early or day of the election? What time will you vote? Will you take anyone with you? Do you know where your polling place is located?

If you know when and where you will vote, then it be easy to fit it into your schedule and plans for the day. 

Register to Vote ONLINE

New Voters:

Complete the Voter Registration Application online. Provide your Oklahoma driver license or state ID number and submit online. Or print, sign and mail if you do not have a driver license or state ID number. 

Prefer to print and mail?  Download the Voter Registration Application, fill it out and mail to the Tulsa County Election Board

Registered Voters: 

Update your address on the OK Voter Portal if you are in the same county. Otherwise, re-register like a new voter with the online wizard or a paper application.

Request Absentee Ballots and Review Voter Information

It’s easy to sign up to receive Absentee Ballots, change your political affiliation, and request a replacement Voter ID Card. 

You can also find your polling location, see your voting history, view sample ballots for upcoming elections, and see your voting districts. All you need is your first and last name and your date of birth. 

Voter FAQs

For this election, early in-person voting will be  THURSDAY, MARCH 28 and FRIDAY, MARCH 29. Voting hours are 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. at Tulsa County Election Board at 555 N Denver Ave.


You can NOW register to vote ONLINE! You will need your Oklahoma State Driver’s License or State ID number.  

You can also still register by paper application, which are available at your County Election Board, post offices, tag agencies, libraries and many other public locations. A printable version is also available online. 

In order to be eligible to vote on APRIL 2, you must register to vote before MARCH 8.

Yes, of course. To vote by mail in Oklahoma, you must apply for an absentee ballot. This is the easiest way to never forget to vote.  

You can ask for any ballot you are eligible to vote on for the calendar year. Even if you have requested to vote by mail previously, you must make a new request every year. 

Go to the OK VOTER PORTAL to request absentee ballots be mailed to you. Or read more about Absentee Voting

You can request an absentee ballot at any time during the year however, for the APRIL 2 election, requests must be made before 5 pm on MARCH 18. 

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