In one week, Oklahoma City citizens will go to the polls to elect a mayor to lead our city for the next four years. We’ve told you about all the great things that Oklahoma City has accomplished in recent years. It takes a mayor with a vision to keep us on the path to even further greatness.
Here’s a little voting FAQ to help you understand the ins-and-outs before you head to the polls next week.
- Where do I vote?
Polling locations vary, but are in the vicinity of where you are registered. Click here to find your polling place.
- Can I vote early?
Yes. Early voting is available at your county election board on Thursday, Feb. 27, and Friday, Feb. 28, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Find out more here.
- Can I vote if I do not live in Oklahoma City?
Maybe. 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 you pay your trash bill to the City of Oklahoma City, signs point toward YES!
- I’m still not sure if I can vote in this election. Is there someone I can call?
Yes. 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
- Can I still register to vote?
Not for this election. The last day to register for the 2014 Oklahoma City Mayoral Election was Friday, Feb. 7.
Last, but certainly not least, vote on March 4!