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How to Find Your Voting Location in the OKC Metro Area

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If you're a registered voter in the Oklahoma City metro area, you have received a voter identification card that contains information on where to vote for local, county or state elections. However if you don't know where to vote, here is a tip on how to find your polling place in Oklahoma, Logan, Canadian or Cleveland County.
  • For Oklahoma County voters...
    Use the state's polling place locator online. You must enter your last name, birth date and zip code. The locator will then bring up your full name with a voter identification number. Click that number to find out where to vote as well as other information such as precinct number and district numbers for congress, state senate, state house and county commissioner.

    If you have any other questions or problems, contact the Oklahoma County Election Board (4201 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City) at (405) 713-1515.

  • For Logan County voters...
    Use the state's polling place locator online. You must enter your last name, birth date and zip code. The locator will then bring up your full name with a voter identification number. Click that number to find out where to vote as well as other information such as precinct number and district numbers for congress, state senate, state house and county commissioner.

    If you have any other questions or problems, contact the Logan County Election Board (224 E. Vilas Ave., Guthrie) at (405) 282-1900.

  • For Canadian County voters...
    Use the state's polling place locator online. You must enter your last name, birth date and zip code. The locator will then bring up your full name with a voter identification number. Click that number to find out where to vote as well as other information such as precinct number and district numbers for congress, state senate, state house and county commissioner.

    If you have any other questions or problems, contact the Canadian County Election Board (200 S. Bickford Ave., El Reno) at (405) 422-2422.

  • For Cleveland County voters...
    Use the state's polling place locator online. You must enter your last name, birth date and zip code. The locator will then bring up your full name with a voter identification number. Click that number to find out where to vote as well as other information such as precinct number and district numbers for congress, state senate, state house and county commissioner.

    If you have any other questions or problems, contact the Cleveland County Election Board (641 E. Robinson St., Ste 200, Norman) at (405) 366-0210.
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