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In Person Early Absentee Voting — 2016 General Election Edition

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Citizens! Do Your Part for Democracy! Vote!


Cleveland County res­i­dents cast early absen­tee bal­lots in the November 2016 General Election begin­ning today.

Despite the national trend lim­it­ing vot­ing access, which has elim­i­nated early vot­ing in many U.S. precincts, Cleveland County vot­ers are still able to cast early absen­tee bal­lots begin­ning Thursday, 3 November at the Cleveland County Election Board, 641 East Robinson, just east of the county fair­grounds. Voting is open until 6:00 PM today, then again from 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM tomor­row (Friday), and again from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Saturday, 5 November.

Voters should allow 40 min­utes to 1 hour to vote, depend­ing on what time of day they arrive. Additional park­ing is avail­able at the fairgrounds.

Voters should present 1 of the fol­low­ing forms of I.D.:

  • A cur­rent Oklahoma driver’s license
  • A cur­rent photo ID issued by Oklahoma, the US gov­ern­ment, or a fed­er­ally rec­og­nized tribal government
  • A mil­i­tary photo ID
  • A county elec­tion board voter ID card



About Chris J. Zähller

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