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These Absentee Ballot Application Forms may be used only by residents of the State of Oklahoma.
Title 26 of the Oklahoma Statutes provides that any person who knowingly executes a false application for an absentee ballot shall be deemed guilty of a felony. Any person deemed guilty of a felony under provisions of Title 26 shall, upon conviction, be confined in the State Penitentiary for not more than five (5) years, or fined not more than Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00), or both.
There are two different absentee ballot application forms, each with different requirements and instructions. The one you must use is determined by your own personal circumstances, as described below. Please read the following information carefully and select the correct application form.
If you meet any of the following conditions . . .
. . . then you must use this application.
If you do NOT meet any of the three conditions stated above, you must use this application.
The instructions on page 2 of each downloadable application form are different. Please make sure to follow the instructions for the application you select.
Your completed absentee ballot application must be submitted to the county election board in the county where you are registered to vote. Get county election board addresses and telephone numbers here.
ATTENTION MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS
Special absentee ballot application provisions apply to military and overseas voters. Oklahomans who are in the military or who are living overseas and their spouses and dependents may use the Federal Post Card Application, available from the Federal Voting Assistance Program. (The site will open in a new window.) For more information about military and overseas voting, go here. Military and overseas voters who need to contact their County Election Board in Oklahoma can find e-mail addresses here.