2014 State Questions and Elections
How can you vote in Oklahoma?
Election day is Tuesday, November 4th for Oklahoma voters to decide on members of Congress, statewide elected officials, state legislators, district and state judges, and three state questions.
On election day, polls will be open 7am – 7pm. Early voting will be held Thursday, October 30th and Friday, October 31st from 8am – 6pm, and Saturday November 1st from 8am – 2pm.
- Request an absentee ballot (deadline October 29th)
- Find your polling place and view sample ballots
- Find the Oklahoma State Election Board
- See all 2014 General Election Candidates
- League of Women Voters Vote 411
Three Oklahoma State Questions on the ballot: SQ 769, SQ 770, SQ 771
- Summary of State Questions (State Election Board)
- Detailed State Question information (Secretary of State)
- Oklahoma 2014 Ballot Measures (Ballotpedia)
- Election 2014: Oklahoma Voters to Decide Three State Questions (Associated Press)
- Three state questions protect state heroes (Tulsa World editorial)
Oklahomans will also vote on numerous judges
- Oklahoma Judicial Elections 2014 (Judgepedia)
- Judicial Selection in Oklahoma (Judgepedia)
- Courtfacts.org (Oklahoma Bar Association)
- The Oklahoma Court System (Oklahoma Supreme Court Network)
- An Explanation of Judicial Races in Oklahoma County (David Holt)
- ‘Judge’-ment Day: The vexations of picking our trial bench (Julie Delcour, Tulsa World)