When is the election?
Election Day is February 13th. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Is there early voting?
Yes. You may vote at your home county’s election board office from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, February 8 or Friday, February 9. For Oklahoma County residents, that office is at 4201 N. Lincoln Boulevard in Oklahoma City.
Can I vote absentee?
Who may vote in the February 13th election?
All registered voters in Oklahoma City are eligible. The election is nonpartisan, so all registered voters may vote, regardless of their political party. There are no partisan primaries. All candidates are listed on the same ballot and all voters receive the same ballot.
Do I live in Oklahoma City?
This is an important and often confusing question. Many voters who live in Oklahoma City and are therefore eligible to vote in the mayoral election reside in parts of the city where their mailing address or school district is associated with a neighboring suburb. Even if your mailing address says Edmond, Yukon, Mustang, Moore, or Choctaw, it is still very possible that you live in Oklahoma City. The best way to know is to simply look at the map. Here is a link to a map of Oklahoma City. Many people outside the city’s core are often surprised to find out they live in Oklahoma City, so definitely check out the map even if you think you don’t live in Oklahoma City. If you are inside the city limits of Oklahoma City, the Mayor of Oklahoma City is your Mayor, and you should exercise your right to vote.
Another way to confirm the city in which you reside is to go to this link and enter your name and date of birth.