Have you seen CAIR-OK’s 2016 Voter Guide? Check it out here and be ready to cast your vote this November!

Skip the line on Election Day – early voting starts tomorrow, Thursday, November 3 and continues through Saturday, November 5. Yes, you read that right – you can vote on the weekend!

Election Day is Tuesday, November 8 but you can vote early at your county election board office! Oklahoma, Cleveland, and Tulsa counties even have satellite locations where you can vote! Locations for those counties are below – if you don’t live in one of those counties, click here to find your county election board address.

Early Voting takes place at the following locations on Thursday, November 3 and Friday, November 4 from 8:00AM to 6:00PM, and Saturday, November 5 from 9:00AM to 2:00PM.


Cleveland County
Cleveland County Election Board
641 E Robinson St, Ste 200
Norman OK 73071
Moore Norman Technology Center
4701 12th Ave NW
Norman, OK 73069


Oklahoma County
Oklahoma County Election Board
4201 N Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Edmond Church of Christ
801 S Bryant
Edmond, OK 73034


Tulsa County
Tulsa County Election Board
555 N Denver Ave
Tulsa, OK 74103
Hardesty Library
8316 E 93rd St
Tulsa, OK 74133

Recognizing Voter Intimidation & What to Do About It
If someone is interfering or attempting to interfere with your right to vote, or with anyone else’s right to vote, that may be voter intimidation and a violation of federal law.
Voter intimidation is not common. But here are some examples:
  • Aggressively questioning voters about their citizenship, criminal record, or other qualifications to vote, in a manner intended to interfere with the voters’ rights;
  • Falsely presenting oneself as an elections official;
  • Spreading false information about voter requirements, such as an ability to speak English, or the need to present certain types of photo identification (you are required to show either your voter identification card or a government issued ID but it does not have to be a photo identification);
  • Displaying false or misleading signs about voter fraud and the criminal penalties related thereto; and
  • Other forms of harassment, particularly harassment targeted towards non-English speakers and voters of color.
Report Voter Intimidation to:
  • The Election Protection Hotline: 1-866-OUR-VOTE or 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en EspaƱol)
  • The U.S. Department of Justice Voting Rights Hotline: 800-253-3931; TTY line 877-267-8971
  • ACLU of Oklahoma: 405-796-VOTE