In Person Early Absentee Voting — 2016 General Election Edition

In Person Early Absentee Voting — 2016 General Election Edition

I Voted — Early Absentee Voting, General Election, November 2016

— Cleveland County residents cast early absentee ballots in the General Election beginning .

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 at the Cleveland County Election Board, 641 East Robinson, just east of the county fairgrounds. Voting is open until 6:00 PM , then again from (), and again from .

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



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