Voting in a Pandemic–What You Need to Know to Be Prepared
Last Day to Register to Vote in the November General Election:
October 9, 2020.
|As with many of our activities, voting during the COVID-19 pandemic includes changes to our typical voting experience. What has not changed is the importance of voting in every election! |
Election Day Voting:
Plan for longer lines as polling locations will implement social distancing requirements per CDC guidelines. More than 100,000 Tulsa County residents will receive a new voter ID card with written notice their regular polling location has changed. To verify your polling location before going to vote, click here.
The Hardesty Library at 93rd & Memorial will not be available for early voting. You may still vote early at the Tulsa County Election Board at 555 N. Denver Avenue.
If you prefer to vote by mail, you may request an absentee ballot (here). Absentee ballots must be received by Tulsa County Election Board by 7 pm on the day of the election. Legislation passed in May of 2020 allows for a copy of your valid ID to be included with your ballot in lieu of the signature notarization. Be sure to sign and date the affidavit envelope and include adequate postage to return your ballots by mail.
We will keep you posted on future election dates and important information regarding nonpartisan resources and voter engagement activities and information.