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Oklahoma does not offer online registration at this time.

To vote absentee/by mail:

  • Be registered to vote. Not sure if you're registered? Check with the Secretary of State's website: Oklahoma voter page.
  • Print an absentee application form, fill it out, and mail it to your election official's office.  Link to the form and contact information is found here.
  • Mail completed application and any additional requested materials to your county clerk's office.
  • Absentee applications are due by October 24th.  Be sure to get yours in early!
  • Your ballot will be mailed to you.
  • Follow up with your election official's office to make sure you receive your ballot.  Contact information for election officials is found here.
  • Your ballot may require postage, a witness signature and/or notary service before you mail it back.  Instructions will be on the ballot itself. 

Track your status! OK Voter Portal

Information current as of 9/1/2022.  For the most recent updates, see the State Election Board website.