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Parks Sales Tax Election and Voting Information

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On March 3, 2020, Oklahoma City voters said no to a permanent 1/8-cent sales tax for parks in an initiative petition election. It was proposed by a resident's initiative petition. For details on that process, see our FAQs.

There was only one item on the City ballot. Voters chose yes or no on the proposed sales tax. The Oklahoma presidential primary election and other issues the same day were on separate ballots.

Click here to see a sample initiative petition ballot.

Oklahoma City voters registered at their current address by the Feb. 7, 2020, deadline were eligible to vote in the election. The deadline to request an absentee ballot for the election was Feb. 26, 2020. Early voting for the election was Feb. 27-29, 2020. Regular voting was March 3.

For information on voter registration, voter assistance, absentee voting, early voting, regular voting and other details on voting and elections in Oklahoma, visit the Oklahoma State Election Board's website at ok.gov/elections.

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