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A Stamp for a Sticker

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at 12:00:00 am

You’re new to OKC and we’re so glad you’re here. Now that you’re calling this grand place home, it’s time that you get involved in who runs the world (well, OKC). We think that the first election in your new hometown is a big deal. So why not do it right by voting in the Oklahoma City mayoral election on Tuesday, March 4.

“March?!” you say. “That’s like a month away!” Touché. However, registering to vote takes a little bit of time and less energy. You gotta have that bad boy known as a voter registration form in the mail 24 days before the election if you want to be able to go to the polls and cast your vote. So download a form. Fill it out. Pop a stamp on it and send it back. Easy peasy.

Are you asking, “Can I register to vote?”
Easy. Are you:

  • at least 18 years old
  • a United States citizen
  • a resident of Oklahoma City

Then you can probably register to vote in the mayoral election on March 4! See the Oklahoma State Election Board's "Voter Registration in Oklahoma Page" for complete Oklahoma eligibility info.

Want to vote in the Oklahoma City mayoral election, but not sure if you can?
Even if you have a mailing address in Yukon, Edmond or other communities, you may actually live in Oklahoma City and could be eligible to vote in the election!

If the following applies to you, signs point toward YES!

  • You pay your trash bill to the City of Oklahoma City.

Still not sure? Call your local county election board:

  • Canadian County 405-422-2422
  • Cleveland County 405-366-0210
  • Oklahoma County 405-713-1515
  • Pottawatomie County 405-273-8376

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