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Voting Information and Resources

Voter Registration Contest

Each year the University of Oklahoma competes in a Voter Registration Contest coordinated by the Oklahoma Campus Compact and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. This year the contest runs from June 1st to October 11th.

The Carl Albert Center's Civic Engagement Fellows coordinate the contest efforts on OU's campus and partners with various organizations on campus. If you would like more information on how to get involved, please contact on of the Fellows. 

Please check back soon to find out where we will have information tables set up on campus.

2019-20 Civic Engagement Fellows
Natalie Bayer
Destinee Dickson

Oklahoma Votes Chairs
Coalition Outreach: Cricket Kaya
Programming: Kamryn Yanchick
Public Relations: Taylor Crossley
Recruitment/Volunteer: Hannah Frome

Important Dates and Deadlines

 March 3 
Presidental Primary Election
June 30
Primary Election
November 3
General Election
Last Day to Register:February 7, 2020June 5, 2020October 9, 2020
Deadline to Request Absentee Ballots:TBATBATBA
Early Voting: (County Election Board)TBATBATBA

Find Us On Campus

Check out our information tables around campus! There will be voter registration forms, information on how to request an absentee ballot, information about voting in Oklahoma, and more. 

Wed., February 5 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Primary Registration EventSouth Oval

Upcoming Events


Voter Resources

The Oklahoma Election Board has online tools for voters who want to update their voter registration information, confirm registration status, find a polling place, track an absentee ballot, or view a sample ballot. You can also download a voter registration application.

Oklahoma Voter Registration Application

Oklahoma Online Voter Registration Update

Online Voter Tool

Request an Absentee Ballot

The deadline to request absentee ballots ahead of each election is in the chart above. Please be aware that your absentee ballot will need to be notorized before you mail it to your local elction board. We are working on a list of notary publics on campus willing to notarize absentee ballots for students. 

Absentee Ballot

Who are your legislators?

This tool will help you find your federal and state elected officials. You might want to check your registration status with the Online Voter Tool above to make sure you are registed for your current address. 

Look-up Legislators