A person who is eligible to register to vote must be:
- at least 18 years old
- a United States citizen
- a resident of Oklahoma
However, a person who has been:
You must fill out a voter a registration application form. Voter registration applications are available at the following locations:
- convicted of a felony may not register until a period of time equal to the original judgment and sentence has expired.
- adjudged to be an incapacitated person may not register
- adjudged to be a partially incapacitated person prohibited from voting may not register
You may also download the voter registration form by clicking
The application form asks for:
- Oklahoma County Election Board Office located at 4201 N. Lincoln Blvd,
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
- Post Offices
- Tag agencies
You must sign and date the oath printed on the form. When you sign the voter registration application form, you swear that you are eligible to register to vote.
You may need to change your voter registration. Changes you may need to make are:
- Name and address
- Political affiliation
- Date of Birth
- Last four digits of your social security number
You must fill out another voter registration application form to change your voter registration. You may change your registration
at any time with one exception. You may not change your political affiliation during the period from June 1 through August 31, inclusive,
in any even-numbered year. The last day on which you may change your political affiliation before the closed period is May 31. The first
day on which you may change your political affiliation after the closed period is September 1.
You may mail your voter registration application to the State Election Board.
The card is already addressed, but you must add a first-class
postage stamp. If you fill your voter registration application form at a tag agency when you get your driver's license or when you apply for
assistance at a government agency, the agency will mail the form to the State Election Board for you.
You do not become a registered voter until the county election in the county where you reside has approved your application. When your application
is approved, the county election board will mail a voter identification card to you. Your voter registration card lists your name, address political
affiliation, and the polling place for your voting precinct. When you receive your voter identification card, look at it carefully and report any errors
to the county election board immediately. Keep your voter identification card in a safe place and always take it with you when you go to vote.
- Your address
- Your name
- Your political affiliation
If your voter registration application cannot be approved, you will receive a letter from the county election board. The letter will tell you why your
application was not approved and explain the steps you need to take to become registered. You may be able to return the letter with some additional information,
or you may need to fill out and send in another registration application form.
Oklahoma has a closed primary system. Only voters who are registered members of a recognized political party may vote for the party's candidates in primary and runoff
primary elections. Registered Independent voters may be eligible to vote in party's primaries and runoff primaries if authorized by the party.
However, nonpartisan judicial offices, state questions and county questions often are included in primary elections. All registered voters, including Independents, are entitled
to receive those ballots. At general elections, all voters receive the same ballot and may vote for any candidates or questions on the ballot.
In most cases, voter registration is permanent. However, some voter registrations are cancelled.
The county election board may cancel a registration:
You may submit your voter registration application form at any time. However, voter identification cards cannot be issued during the 24 days prior to an election.
If your registration is received by the county election board during the 24 days before an election, you will not receive your voter identification card until after
- if the voter dies
- if the voter is convicted of a felony
- if the voter is adjudged to be an incapacitated person
- if the voter moves and registers again in another county or in another state
- if the voter asks the county election board in a written, notarized statement to cancel the registration
- if the voter does not respond to correspondence from the county election board and does not vote for more than four years
If you will become 18 during the 60 days before an election, you may apply for voter registration between 25 and 60 days before the election.
For additional information about voting in Oklahoma County contact the Oklahoma County Election Board.
Oklahoma County Election Board
4201 N. Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105