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*Notice: For information about the June 28, 2016 Primary Election, click here.
*Notice: For information about the August 23, 2016 Runoff Primary Election, click here.
Oklahomans who are in one of the uniformed services of the United States or who live or work overseas and who use the FPCA (Federal Post Card Application) to apply to register to vote and to receive absentee ballots now may receive their absentee ballots through the new Oklahoma Military and Overseas Ballots Online System.
The Oklahoma Military and Overseas Ballots Online System provides secure online ballot delivery to uniformed services voters, overseas voters, and their eligible spouses and dependents.
Voters who request absentee ballots through the Oklahoma Military and Overseas Ballots Online System are notified by e-mail when a ballot for an election in which they are eligible to vote becomes available. The e-mail contains a link to the log-in page of Oklahoma Military & Overseas Ballots Online.
From the log-in page, a voter can access his or her voter account to receive a new ballot or to track a ballot already voted and returned to election officials.
A voter may mark his or her ballot online, save it, and print it along with the materials needed to return it to the County Election Board. Voters still must return voted ballots to the County Election Board by regular mail or by fax.
No information about voting choices are recorded or retained after a voter downloads and prints a Ballot Package. Nothing on a ballot marked online and printed will identify the voter.
Voters who prefer to mark their ballots by hand may print a blank ballot and the necessary return materials.
To receive absentee ballots through Oklahoma Military and Overseas Ballots Online, fill out an FPCA form and submit it to the County Election Board in the county of your Oklahoma voting residence.
The FPCA form and instructions for filling it out to submit in Oklahoma are located here.
Contact information for all County Election Board offices in Oklahoma is located here.
TRACK YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT
IF YOU REQUESTED TO RECEIVE YOUR BALLOT BY MAIL OR FAX: Use the Online Voter Tool to track your absentee ballot. Click here to use the Online Voter Tool.
IF YOU REQUESTED TO RECEIVE YOUR BALLOT ELECTRONICALLY: You may track the status of your ballot two ways: 1) Use the same Oklahoma Military and Overseas Ballots Online system that you used to download your ballot. Click here to log in. 2) Use the Online Voter Tool to track your absentee ballot. Click here to use the Online Voter Tool.