The Oklahoma Primary Elections are on June 30 and every registered voter in the state needs to get out and vote! There is a state question about Medicaid, along with four Congressional District primaries. Additionally, all seats in the state House and half of all Senate seats are on the ballot this time around.
There are three different ways to cast your vote:
• Early in person on June 25, 26 or 27.
• Absentee ballot.
• In person at your designated polling place.
Visit the State Election Board website for more information. Whether in person or by mail, every single vote counts.
– Brenda Jones Barwick, APR, Jones PR