Connie Johnson For Governor

Voter Education Strategies

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ELECTIONS --A TIME FOR ALL:

Voting Education Strategy Tips (VEST)

STEP UP AND PARTICIPATE
We are promoting to Educate others about the responsibility and duty to vote, to help identify what matters most to them and how their votes affect it, to get self and others registered to vote and make difference in what happens

VOTE BY MAIL

"Just Apply!" You will receive a ballot and receive a chance to look over your ballot and study it. Get it notarized and hand deliver to election board.

VOTERS

Every eligible person should vote. (2014: Only 29% of registered voters voted; Oklahoma ranks #4 in unregistered eligible voters with 54% unregistered.

EVERY ELECTION

Always know every election. Allows for advance study of candidates and questions. Allow for voters to discuss and mark ballot beforehand

FELONY VOTE

If convicted of a felony in Oklahoma, you can vote if you fully completed your sentence before registering. And if you were convicted of a misdemeanor, you can vote.

YOUNG VOTERS

You can pre-register to vote in Oklahoma when you turn 17½. They can vote they turn 18 years old and the application has been approved by the applicant's County Election Board.

HOMELESS VOTER

Do not need a home to vote! A mailing address is required, however, address can be any location willing to accept mail on your behalf, including shelters, or a provider’s business.

RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES (incapacitated voters) & THEIR CAREGIVERS

100% GUARANTEED VOTING PROGRAM

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IMPORTANT DATES

Next Election

Primary Election and Special Elections, Tuesday June 28, 2022

 

DEADLINE TO REGISTER:   24 DAYS BEFORE ELECTION DAY
REQUEST MAIL-IN BALLOT:   15 DAYS BEFORE ELECTION DAY
HAND DELIVER MAIL-IN BALLOT TO COUNTY ELECTION BOARD: Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 5 pm or up until 5 pm day before election.
TO MAIL IN (OR  COURIER BALLOT) County Election Board must receive BEFORE 7 pm ON ELECTION DAY
VOTE IN PERSON ABSENTEE ATO THE COUNTY ELECTION BOARD
  • Thursday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm (STATEWIDE)
  • FRIDAY 8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM (Local)
  • SATURDAY 9:00 am to 2:00 om (Local)
YOUR OPINION COUNTS

Voting is Your Voice

It is important that everyones opinion is heard and that you take advantage of the opportunity to vote your choice.  The Primary Election in Oklahoma is June 28, 2022 and the General Election is November 8, 2022.  Get all the information you need to make the right choice.
VOTERS

Voting By Mail

Voting by mail is the right for any registered voter in Oklahoma. It is not necessary to give a reason, although some voters may qualify for special conditions.
Vote by mail ballot requests must be received, no later than 5 p.m., the third Monday (15 days) preceding the election.  Only the voter may submit his or her own ballot request, except as allowed by law.
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Register

You may submit your voter registration application at any time. However, the voter registration deadline is 24 days prior to the date of an election. 
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