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Ottawa County Election Board

Ottawa County Election Board The Ottawa County Election Board is responsible for maintaining voter registration records and for t Election Board Members:
Chairman - Glen Wiford, Republican
Vice-chairman - Marcia Kruse, Democrat
Alternate - Robert Smith, Republican
Alternate - Martha Wyatt, Democrat

Operating as usual

*** Edit***In addition to the changes listed on the attached notice, some voters will be moved from All Saints Episcopal...
04/20/2022

*** Edit***
In addition to the changes listed on the attached notice, some voters will be moved from All Saints Episcopal Church to Southern Hills Baptist Church. This change was also due to redistricting.

Attention, Ottawa County Voters!!

Some polling places have changed due to redistricting. If your polling place has changed, you should have received a letter and a new voter ID card (or will soon).

Redistricting is done every 10 years based on census numbers. Congressional, State Legislature, and County Commissioners meet to re-draw their boundaries so each has equal distribution of the population. Redistricting is done every 10 years based on census numbers.

This redistricting has caused the Election Board to adjust some of its precinct boundaries. The new precinct boundaries will be in place starting with the June 28th Primary Election

Candidate filing for county offices was held last week. The following are the candidates; all are unopposed. Mike Furnas...
04/19/2022

Candidate filing for county offices was held last week. The following are the candidates; all are unopposed.

Mike Furnas, County Commissioner - District 1 (incumbent)
Scott Hilton, County Commissioner - District 3
Becky Smith, County Assessor (incumbent)
Kathy Bowling, County Treasurer (incumbent)

The next election will be the Primary Election on June 28. Watch for information on our page.

Attention, Ottawa County Voters!!Some polling places have changed due to redistricting. If your polling place has change...
04/15/2022

Attention, Ottawa County Voters!!

Some polling places have changed due to redistricting. If your polling place has changed, you should have received a letter and a new voter ID card (or will soon).

Redistricting is done every 10 years based on census numbers. Congressional, State Legislature, and County Commissioners meet to re-draw their boundaries so each has equal distribution of the population. Redistricting is done every 10 years based on census numbers.

This redistricting has caused the Election Board to adjust some of its precinct boundaries. The new precinct boundaries will be in place starting with the June 28th Primary Election

It's official!Commerce:Proposition 1 (appointment of Town Clerk) did not pass.Proposition 2 (sales tax increase) passed....
04/08/2022

It's official!

Commerce:
Proposition 1 (appointment of Town Clerk) did not pass.
Proposition 2 (sales tax increase) passed.

Quapaw:
The school bond proposition passed with 60.62% of the vote.

04/06/2022
04/05/2022

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TODAY is election day for Quapaw school district residents and Commerce municipal residents.Polls are open from 7:00 am ...
04/05/2022

TODAY is election day for Quapaw school district residents and Commerce municipal residents.

Polls are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Vote at your regular polling place. Check your polling place location here https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/.

TOMORROW is election day for Commerce municipal residents and Quapaw school district residents. Polls are open from 7:00...
04/04/2022

TOMORROW is election day for Commerce municipal residents and Quapaw school district residents.

Polls are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Vote at your regular polling place. Check your polling place here https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/.

Early In-Person Voting for the April 5th election is going on NOW!Commerce municipal residents and Quapaw school distric...
04/01/2022

Early In-Person Voting for the April 5th election is going on NOW!

Commerce municipal residents and Quapaw school district residents are eligible to vote in this election.

Early Voting is conducted at the Ottawa County Courthouse Annex in the Community Room from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm TODAY

03/31/2022
Early In-Person Voting for the April 5th election starts TODAY!Commerce municipal residents and Quapaw school district r...
03/31/2022

Early In-Person Voting for the April 5th election starts TODAY!

Commerce municipal residents and Quapaw school district residents are eligible to vote in this election.

Early Voting is conducted at the Ottawa County Courthouse Annex in the Community Room. Voting starts at 8:00 am and ends at 6:00 pm on Thursday, March 31 and Friday, April 1.

TODAY is the DEADLINE to Change Party Affiliation! Don't miss it!Oklahomans who want to change party affiliation must su...
03/31/2022

TODAY is the DEADLINE to Change Party Affiliation! Don't miss it!

Oklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change no later than March 31. Voters may change their party affiliation online using the OK Voter Portal at https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/ or by completing a new Voter Registration Application.

No party changes are allowed between April 1 and August 31 during an even-numbered year.

Oklahoma has three recognized parties: Democratic, Republican, and Libertarian.

In Oklahoma, voters must be registered members of a party in order to vote in that party's primary election. Independents are permitted to participate in a primary election, only if a party officially requests its elections be opened to Independent voters. Currently, only the Democratic Party allows Independents to vote in its primary elections.

All registered voters, regardless of political affiliation, can vote for any candidate during a General Election.

Early In-Person Voting for the April 5th election starts tomorrow!Commerce municipal residents and Quapaw school distric...
03/30/2022

Early In-Person Voting for the April 5th election starts tomorrow!

Commerce municipal residents and Quapaw school district residents are eligible to vote in this election.

Early Voting is conducted at the Ottawa County Courthouse Annex in the Community Room. Voting starts at 8:00 am and ends at 6:00 pm on Thursday, March 31 and Friday, April 1.

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation ApproachesOklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change ...
03/30/2022

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation Approaches

Oklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change no later than March 31. Voters may change their party affiliation online using the OK Voter Portal at https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/ or by completing a new Voter Registration Application.

No party changes are allowed between April 1 and August 31 during an even-numbered year.

Oklahoma has three recognized parties: Democratic, Republican, and Libertarian.

In Oklahoma, voters must be registered members of a party in order to vote in that party's primary election. Independents are permitted to participate in a primary election, only if a party officially requests its elections be opened to Independent voters. Currently, only the Democratic Party allows Independents to vote in its primary elections.

All registered voters, regardless of political affiliation, can vote for any candidate during a General Election.

Commerce municipal and Quapaw school district voters...If you received an absentee ballot for the April 5th election, yo...
03/28/2022

Commerce municipal and Quapaw school district voters...

If you received an absentee ballot for the April 5th election, you need to mail it back to our office TODAY to ensure that we receive it before election day. All ballots must be received in our office by 7:00 pm on Tuesday, April 5.

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation ApproachesOklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change ...
03/28/2022

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation Approaches

Oklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change no later than March 31. Voters may change their party affiliation online using the OK Voter Portal at https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/ or by completing a new Voter Registration Application.

No party changes are allowed between April 1 and August 31 during an even-numbered year.

Oklahoma has three recognized parties: Democratic, Republican, and Libertarian.

In Oklahoma, voters must be registered members of a party in order to vote in that party's primary election. Independents are permitted to participate in a primary election, only if a party officially requests its elections be opened to Independent voters. Currently, only the Democratic Party allows Independents to vote in its primary elections.

All registered voters, regardless of political affiliation, can vote for any candidate during a General Election.

ABSENTEE VOTERS...It's time to return your ballots for the April 5th election.All ballots must be received in our office...
03/25/2022

ABSENTEE VOTERS...

It's time to return your ballots for the April 5th election.

All ballots must be received in our office by 7:00 pm on Tuesday, April 5.

Changes to many voters polling location will occur in April 2022 due to redistricting.  To prepare for these changes we ...
03/25/2022

Changes to many voters polling location will occur in April 2022 due to redistricting. To prepare for these changes we need all voters to verify that we have your current home and mailing address on file by March 31st. Voters that incur changes to their polling location will receive a new voter ID card in May.

To verify your address, click on the secure link: https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/

Enter in your name and Date of Birth. Then click on “Change My Residence In Current County”. This will show your current address listed with the Election Board. If you address is current you can exit the system or you can make changes to your address here. If you have questions, call the Election Board office.

Re-districting is done every 10 years based on census numbers. Congressional, State Legislature and County Commissioners meet to re-draw their boundaries so each has equal distribution of the population. This re-districting will cause the Election Board to adjust some of their precinct boundaries.

The new precinct boundaries will be in place starting with the June 28th Primary Election
.

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation ApproachesOklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change ...
03/24/2022

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation Approaches

Oklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change no later than March 31. Voters may change their party affiliation online using the OK Voter Portal at https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/ or by completing a new Voter Registration Application.

No party changes are allowed between April 1 and August 31 during an even-numbered year.

Oklahoma has three recognized parties: Democratic, Republican, and Libertarian.

In Oklahoma, voters must be registered members of a party in order to vote in that party's primary election. Independents are permitted to participate in a primary election, only if a party officially requests its elections be opened to Independent voters. Currently, only the Democratic Party allows Independents to vote in its primary elections.

All registered voters, regardless of political affiliation, can vote for any candidate during a General Election.

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation ApproachesOklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change ...
03/21/2022

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation Approaches

Oklahomans who want to change party affiliation must submit their change no later than March 31. Voters may change their party affiliation online using the OK Voter Portal at https://okvoterportal.okelections.us/ or by completing a new Voter Registration Application.

No party changes are allowed between April 1 and August 31 during an even-numbered year.

Oklahoma has three recognized parties: Democratic, Republican, and Libertarian.

In Oklahoma, voters must be registered members of a party in order to vote in that party's primary election. Independents are permitted to participate in a primary election, only if a party officially requests its elections be opened to Independent voters. Currently, only the Democratic Party allows Independents to vote in its primary elections.

All registered voters, regardless of political affiliation, can vote for any candidate during a General Election.

Address

123 E Central Ave, Ste 104
Miami, OK
74354

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

+19185422893

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