State Senate District 32 Democratic and Republican Special Primary Election
Last update: Sep 20, 2023 11:09 a.m. EDT
Last update: Sep 20, 2023 15:04 p.m. UTC
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20 days to Election Day!
Get a head start:
- Vote early from Oct 5 to Oct 6. Dates and times may vary by location.
- Vote by mail: request your absentee ballot online by Sep 25.
Make sure you're ready to vote:
- Check that you're registered to vote on Oklahoma's web site.
- You may need to show an ID when you vote in person. See the “Do I need to bring an ID?” section below to learn more.
Who can register to vote?
To register in Oklahoma you must:
- be a United States citizen and Oklahoma resident
- be 18 years old or older on or before the date of the next election (you may pre-register to vote if you are 17.5 years old; you must be 18 in order to vote and your application must be approved by the County Election Board)
- not be under judgment as an incapacitated person or a partially incapacitated person prohibited from registering to vote
- handwrite your autograph or mark and date your voter registration application using ink. No facsimile, reproduction, typewritten or other substitute signature, autograph, or mark will be valid
- If convicted of a felony, you must have fully served the sentence of court-mandated calendar days, including any term of incarceration, parole, or supervision, or completed a period of probation ordered by any court. You may register if you have been pardoned for a felony conviction
How do I vote in person?
Where can I vote on Election Day?
You can look up where to vote on Oklahoma's site.
Can I vote early?
- Yes, early voting is offered in this election. You can choose whether to vote on Election Day or during the early voting period, whichever is easier for you. This can be especially helpful if it would be difficult or not possible for you to vote on Election Day. Early voting locations may be less crowded, as well.
- Learn more about voting early in Oklahoma.
- Early voting locations may be different from where you vote on Election Day. Check Oklahoma’s site to find where to vote early.
What do I need to bring?
You will need to show ID to vote in Oklahoma. You may show your voter identification card issued to you by your County Election Board. You may also show any document issued by the United States, the State of Oklahoma, or a federally recognized tribal government if it includes the following information:
- your name (this must substantially match your name in the precinct registry)
- expiration date that is later than the election in which you are voting
Acceptable forms include:
- Oklahoma driver's license
- Oklahoma ID Card
- US passport
- tribal ID
- US military ID
If you are unable to provide ID, you will be able to vote a provisional ballot and prove your identity by signing a sworn affidavit.
Visit the Oklahoma State Election Board's website for more information.
Can I register to vote online?
- Oklahoma offers online voter registration.
- You should know: to use Oklahoma's online voter registration system, you will need a valid Oklahoma driver’s license or state identification card issued by Service Oklahoma, and a digital signature on file with Service Oklahoma. If you don't have an Oklahoma-issued ID or digital signature on file with Service Oklahoma, you can still submit a voter registration application by mail.
Can I submit voter registration forms by mail?
Use the National Voter Registration Form
- Print and fill out the National Voter Registration Form.
- Box 6 - ID Number: When submitting your application by mail in Oklahoma, you are required to provide your Oklahoma driver’s license or state ID number if you have one. If you have not been issued one of these ID numbers, you must provide the last four digits of your Social Security number.
- Box 7 - Choice of Party: Oklahoma requires that you register with a party to participate in partisan primary elections. You should register with the party whose primary you would like to vote in. However, some parties allow unaffiliated voters to participate in their primary elections.
- Box 8 - Race or Ethnic Group: Leave blank. This information is not required.
- Review the "Who can register to vote?" section above and check that you're eligible.
- Sign the form.
- Send the completed form to your local election office
How do I vote by mail?
In Oklahoma, any registered voter can request to get a ballot by mail. Use the Oklahoma voter portal or fill out the mail ballot application and mail or return it in person to your local election office.
What should I do if I don’t get my ballot?
If you don’t receive your ballot in the mail, then contact your local election office.
How do I return my ballot?
- Read the instructions carefully on how to mark and return your ballot.
- You can return your ballot by mail or by visiting a dedicated drop off location.
- Find a ballot drop off location near you.
- If you choose to return your ballot by mail, the United States Postal Service (USPS) recommends that voters mail their completed ballots at least one week before the due date. Find a USPS location near you.
What do I need to do if I’ve moved?
What’s on your ballot depends on where you live, so your voter registration is tied to your exact address. If you’ve moved, you need to re-register with your new address.
How can I check the status of my ballot?
You can check the status of your ballot on Oklahoma’s site.
Can I register to vote on Election Day?
No, this election does not offer in-person registration on Election Day.
Can I submit voter registration forms in person?
What are key deadlines for this election?
How do I get help registering to vote?
TurboVote can help you start the absentee/mail-in ballot request process, send you election reminders, and more. If you’d like more help planning how to vote, we can walk you through the process!
How do I vote if I'm in the military or live overseas?
Active-duty military, their families, and overseas citizens can register to vote and request their absentee ballot using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). The FPCA process is done by mail, but your state may offer other options to request and return ballots. Please contact your local election office for more information about delivery and return methods, including email, fax, and state online portals. To follow the FPCA process:
- Fill out the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), or download a copy. Your local election office may have questions, so please provide an email address or phone number where they can reach you.
- Send the application to your local election office.
- It is never too early to submit an FPCA! Please do so as soon as possible.
- Please fill out and send back your ballot as soon as you receive it.
- States begin mailing absentee ballots at least 45 days before Election Day. If you haven't received your ballot by 30 days before Election Day, contact your local election office.
If after submitting your FPCA, your ballot does not arrive, contact your local election office first. Then:
- You can still vote using the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB). Print, sign, and mail your FWAB to your local election office.
- If you mail a FWAB and then receive your regular absentee ballot, you should complete and mail your absentee ballot also. Election officials will ensure that only one ballot is counted.
How can I check my voter registration status?
How do I contact my local election office?
Visit your state’s site to find your local election office.