Voting in Oklahoma
When Election are Held
Elections in Oklahoma are always held on Tuesdays. County, state, and federal elections are held in even-numbered years.
Primaries are held on the last Tuesday in July.
Runoff primaries are held on the fourth Tuesday in August.
General elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
Presidential primaries are held on the first Tuesday in February in presidential election years.
School elections are held every year on the second Tuesday in February. School board runoff elections are held on the first Tuesday in April, if needed. Most municipal elections are held in March and April in odd-numbered years.
If you are registered to vote in Oklahoma, you may vote in any election for which you are eligible, including school district, municipal, county, state, and federal elections.
You may vote in a school district election only if you are registered to vote at an address within the geographical boundaries of the district.
You may vote in a municipal election only if you are registered and reside at an address within the geographical boundaries of the municipality.
If you have any questions, you may contact the Election Board's Office at 580-353-1880.