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Absentee ballot request deadline is Feb. 7 for Oklahoma City mayoral primary election on Feb. 13

Post Date:02/01/2018 8:00 AM

The deadline is 5 p.m. Feb. 7 to request an absentee ballot for the Feb. 13 primary election for Oklahoma City Mayor.

Apply for an absentee ballot or download an absentee ballot request form at ok.gov/elections.

Overseas voters, including military members, can get more information about overseas absentee voting at ok.gov/elections.

The candidates in the mayoral election are:

  • Taylor M. Neighbors
  • Randall Smith
  • David Holt

Click here to see a sample ballot.

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 on April 10. If no candidate receives a majority, the two candidates with the most votes will stand in a decisive general election April 3.

The Mayor is one of nine members of the Oklahoma City Council. The other members represent each of Oklahoma City’s eight Wards.

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.

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.

Voting information

All Oklahoma City voters registered by the Jan. 19 deadline are eligible to vote in the primary election Feb. 13. 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.

Voters who have disabilities can find more information about voter assistance in Oklahoma at ok.gov/elections.

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:

Regular voting is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 13 at your regular polling location.

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Kristy Yager
(405) 297-2550 / (405) 863-2831
kristy.yager@okc.gov

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