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Three candidates for Oklahoma City Mayor to stand in Feb. 13 election
Three candidates filed to run in the City of Oklahoma City’s mayoral election, setting up a primary election Feb. 13.
The candidates are:
- David Holt
- Randall Smith
- Taylor M. Neighbors
Click here to see a sample ballot.
Oklahoma City’s next Mayor will succeed current Mayor Mick Cornett, who isn’t seeking re-election after four terms. He has served as Mayor since 2004.
If the winner of the Feb. 13 primary election earns a majority of the votes, that candidate will be sworn in to a four-year term as Mayor in April. If no candidate receives a majority, the two candidates with the most votes will stand in a decisive general election April 3.
The Council is nonpartisan and members serve part-time at the head of the City’s Council-Manager form of government. The Mayor’s annual salary is $24,000, and Council members’ annual salary is $12,000.
All Oklahoma City voters are eligible to vote in the election. Use your voter ID card or the Oklahoma State Election Board’s online voter tool at ok.gov/elections to find your polling location or confirm your registration.
The deadline to register to vote or update your registration for the primary election is Jan. 19. Visit ok.gov/elections to download a voter registration application or get more information on registering to vote.
State law requires proof of identity to vote. Acceptable forms of ID are a voter ID card, driver’s license or another form of ID issued by the federal government, state government or federally recognized tribal government.
Early voting for the primary election is 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 8-9 at your local county election board:
- Oklahoma County Election Board, 4201 N Lincoln Blvd., (405) 713-1515
- Cleveland County Election Board, 641 E Robinson Street #200 in Norman, (405) 366-0210
- Canadian County Election Board, 200 S Bickford Ave. in El Reno, (405) 422-2422
- Pottawatomie County Election Board, 14101 Acme Road in Shawnee, (405) 273-8376
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