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TulsaWorld 06-21-2018 07:20 AM

Early voting for Oklahoma primary election Thursday-Saturday
 
Good morning,


If you have not already done an absentee ballot via mail, you can go to your county's election board and cast an in-person absentee ballot today, Friday or Saturday.


More information here.


All of our election coverage can be found at tulsaworld.com/election2018.


Everyone statewide is eligible to vote on State Question 788, concerning medical marijuana. More info here.


The other major statewide election note is the governor primary. Find out about the (more than a dozen) candidates here.


If you have any other questions, please quote-reply this post or private message me and I'll try to find what I can for you.

TulsaWorld 06-26-2018 07:18 AM

Re: Early voting for Oklahoma primary election Thursday-Saturday
 
Bump for primary day. Polls open statewide until 7 p.m.!


Find your polling place here: https://services.okelections.us/voterSearch.aspx


More voting info on what to bring how to fill in the boxes on ballot and more here.

TulsaWorld 06-26-2018 01:57 PM

Re: Early voting for Oklahoma primary election Thursday-Saturday
 
For those who have yet to vote today: You should be handed two ballots by your precinct worker. One is partisan (the races for governor, legislators, etc.), and the other includes State Question 788 and any nonpartisan races (e.g. judges).


Note: Precinct volunteers are not perfect. Some voters have reported not receiving the second ballot and having to request it. If you perceive any malice, you can call the state election board at 405-521-2391 or (for Tulsa area residents) Tulsa County Election Board at 918-596-5780.

TulsaWorld 06-27-2018 08:12 AM

Re: Early voting for Oklahoma primary election Thursday-Saturday
 
Here's a big rundown of Tuesday's election results of note...

Liquor by the drink passes in 14 dry counties

Governor: Mick Cornett and Kevin Stitt head to a Republican runoff: See how each county voted for governor

Attorney General, Lt. Gov and State Superintendent: Mike Hunter, Gentner Drummond head for runoff in Attorney General race; Dana Murphy, Joy Hofmeister also in runoffs

Dozens of candidates with education ties advance after Tuesday's primaries


Statewide results on all legislative races


Medical marijuana passes: See how each Oklahoma county voted on the state question

MsProudSooner 06-27-2018 10:38 AM

Re: Early voting for Oklahoma primary election begins today
 
I think Hunter & Drummond might rather have a duel at 20 paces.


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