Oklahoma residents can register to vote at their local tag office or apply directly with the Oklahoma State Election Board.
In order to register, you must fill out an Oklahoma Voter Registration Application. Download it here or pick one up at your local tag office.
You must provide the following on the application:
- Name and address
- Political affiliation
- Birth date
- Driver's license number (if you don't have a driver's license provide your Social Security Number)
You must sign and date the oath on the form, swearing that you are eligible to vote. Mail your completed application to the address on the form. If you complete the application at your local tag office they will mail it to the State Election Board for you.
To vote in Oklahoma, you must:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be an Oklahom aresident
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Have not been legally determined to be incapacitated
- Have not been legally determined to be partially incapacitated with a prohibition on voting
- Completed the term of judgment after a felony conviction and a period of time equal to the length of the sentence
Once your application has been approved by the State Election Board, you will receive a voter identification card in the mail stating your name, address, political affiliation and polling place.
You must have your voter registration card at least 24 days before an election in which you wish to vote. Cards cannot be issued in the 24 days before an election. If you register during that period your application will not be processed until after the election.
Information provided by the Department of Motor Vehicles.