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General Election — November 4, 2014
The State of Oklahoma will hold a General Election on November 4, 2014, for the purpose of electing the Governor and several other State Officers, a United States Senator for a six-year term, a United States Senator to fill an unexpired term, four United States Representatives, 12 State Senators, 36 State Representatives, and several District Attorneys, nonpartisan District Judges, and nonpartisan Associate District Judges.
Voters also will consider retention of three Justices of the Oklahoma Supreme Court, one Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals, and five Judges of the Court of Civil Appeals.
A final list of offices and candidates for the General Election will be available following certification of the final election results of the Democratic and Republican Runoff Primary Elections to be held on August 26, 2014. The State Election Board will certify the final results of the Runoff Primaries on Tuesday, September 2, at 5 p.m.
A complete list of General Election races and candidates is available here.
Three State Questions are scheduled to appear on the General Election ballot. Text of these State Questions is available here.
Registered voters may use the Online Voter Tool to determine their correct Congressional and state legislative districts, or they may contact the County Election Board in their county of residence for this information. County Election Board addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses are available here.
Uniformed services and overseas voters who have already applied for absentee ballots and who received a ballot for the Primary Election also will receive an absentee ballot for any Runoff Primary Election in which they are eligible to participate. Uniformed services and overseas voters who have not previously applied for absentee ballots but want to receive absentee ballots for the Runoff Primary Election must submit a Federal Post Card Application form to the County Election Board in the county of their voting residence no later than 5 p.m. Wednesday, August 20, 2014. The Federal Post Card Application form and instructions for submitting it in Oklahoma may be found here: http://www.fvap.gov/oklahoma
Voters who use the list of offices and/or candidates with the federal write-in absentee ballot should write the name and district number, if applicable, of the federal office, the name of the statewide office, and/or the state legislative district number and the name of the candidate for whom they wish to vote on the federal write-in absentee ballot form.
For additional information, voters may contact the Oklahoma State Election Board at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (405) 521-2391.