TULSA, Okla. — Voters in Oklahoma have the next few days to take part in early voting.
Voters can cast a ballot on Thursday, Friday or Saturday in the upcoming statewide primary election. Take a look at the 2 News Oklahoma coverage of the races.
What do you need to do to vote early?
- Bring approved form of identification- federal, tribal or state issued photo IDs or voter identification card
- Mark the ballot inside the voting booth using the example to fully fill out the bubble
- if you need assistance or audio voting ask the precinct worker
- If you forget your ID you can do a provisional ballot by signing an affidavit.
Voters can find their early voting location HERE it is based on resident county. The designated early voting hours vary by location.
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