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The Oklahoma State Election Board sends address confirmation forms to some registered voters to help verify and update voter registration records. Federal and state laws require these forms be sent every two years. The inside of the mailing is pictured on this page. You can also download full-size images of the outside and inside pages of the mailing. There are two ways to verify your address, which will keep your registration active and prevent your registration from potentially being canceled in the future.
1. You can complete the return card included in the mailing, sign and date it, fold the notice so that the State Election Board's address is on the outside, tape the notice closed and mail it.
2. You can use the Online Voter Tool. Enter your information into the tool, and when the page with your voter information opens, find the "Voter Confirmation" section. Enter the 11-digit number above your name and address on the address confirmation mailing and then follow the instructions on the screen. If you verify your address using the Online Voter Tool, you do not need to mail the return card included in the mailing.
Failure to respond to the address confirmation notice could result in the cancellation of your voter registration in the future. No additional notice will be provided.
Address confirmation notices are sent to voters who fall into one of five categories:
• Voter has not voted since before the 2014 General Election.
• Voter has the same last name, first initial, and birth date as another voter in the state.
• First-class mailing sent to voter since January 1, 2015, was returned by the post office as undeliverable.
• Voter surrendered Oklahoma driver license in another state.
• Voter may have registered to vote in another state.
By law, a voter's registration will become inactive if the address is not confirmed by mail or online within 60 days. The law requires the Election Board to cancel the voter registration of an inactive voter who (1) does not initiate a voter registration change or (2) does not vote in an election conducted by a county election board by the date of the second General Election for federal office following the date of the confirmation mailing. (For a voter who does not respond to the address confirmation notice in 2017, the voter's registration is required by law to be canceled following the 2020 General Election unless the voter reactivates the voter registration by voting or by initiating a voter registration change.)
For more information, please visit the Address Confirmation section of our Frequently Asked Questions.