EARLY VOTING BEGINS MARCH 30
Early voting begins Thursday, March 30
for voters in several school and municipal
districts in Stephens County. The school
districts holding elections are Duncan,
Marlow, Empire, Velma-Alma, Ringling,
Elmore City-Pernell and Sterling Public
Schools. The municipalities holding elections are the Town of Velma and City of
Comanche. Voters who will not be able to
make it to the polls on Election Day, have
the option of voting early at their County
Stephens County Election Board Secretary, Angela Dunagan, said early voting
is open to all voters. “You do not need to
provide an excuse to vote early. Oklahoma
allows early voting for all elections conducted by the County Election Board or
State Election Board—from school board
and municipal elections to state and federal elections. This is a great option for those
who will be out of town on Election Day
or who want to avoid long lines,” Dunagan
Early voting is available Thursday,
March 30 and Friday, March 31 from 8:00
a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the County Election
Board located at 1075 West Elm Avenue,
Duncan. Dunagan reminds voters that
early voting is not available at polling locations.
For questions, please contact the Election Board at 580-255-8782 or StephensCounty@elections.ok.gov.
ELECTION DAY REMINDERS AND TIPS
Voters will head to the polls on April 04
to decide several school board and municipal board races
around the county. The polls will be
open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Stephens County Election Board Secretary, Angela Dunagan recommends voters
with questions about their eligibility or
polling place call before Election Day.
“We provide a number of additional
services to voters on Election Day, so it can
get very busy. If you have any questions,
we strongly suggest you call or come by
the week before Election Day if possible.
If you find that you do have a question on
Election Day, however, don’t hesitate to
Dunagan says the State Election Board’s
OK Voter Portal is the easiest way for voters to verify their registration or locate
their polling place. The OK Voter Portal
can be found at oklahoma.gov/elections/
The Stephens County Election Board
reminds voters to bring a current federal
or Oklahoma state-issued photo ID, or federally-recognized tribal ID to their polling
place. An official Voter Identification Card
can also be used as proof of identity. If you
forget your ID, you may still cast a provisional ballot by signing an affidavit. Provisional ballots will be verified and counted
after Election Day and before the election
For questions, please contact the Stephens County Election Board at 580-255-
The County Election Board is located at
1075 West Elm Avenue, Duncan. Office
hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday .
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