Established under the Constitution of the State of Oklahoma in 1907, the Oklahoma State Election Board is the administrative agency for the conduct of state elections and the oversight of the state's 77 county election boards.
If you have an immediate need for information on election day that may affect your ability to vote, please call your County Election Board office. Questions on election day are most quickly answered by telephone. E-mail can be unreliable, and you may not obtain the information you need in time to vote.
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Important 2010 candidate filing and election dates
Offices to Be Filled
Offices subject to election in 2010. Comprehensive candidate filing information available soon.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where to Vote
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How to change your address, replace a lost voter ID card, vote early, get an absentee ballot, remove a deceased relative's voter registration and more
Where to Vote
Download Voter Registration Application Form
Request to Cancel Registration of Deceased Voter
Request to Cancel Voter Registration
Voter Registration Statistics by County — January 15, 2010 (PDF)
Voter registration records on electronic media (computer files) (PDF)
Get the complete information packet here. Includes record layouts, order form and fee schedule.
Download absentee ballot applications. Federal Voting Assistance Program links for military and overseas voters.
The Oklahoma State Election Board is required by the federal Voting Rights Act to provide information in Spanish for voters in Harmon and Texas counties.
Roster of Oklahoma State and County Officers
Federal, state, legislative, judicial and county officers. Includes key to districts by county.
State Election Board Meeting Notices
State Election Board Meeting Agendas
County Election Boards
County Election Board E-mail
Official results of Primary, Runoff Primary, General and Special election races for federal, state, legislative and judicial offices and for state questions.
State plan, advisory and working committee membership and meeting summaries
State of Oklahoma Home Page