Voter ID rules are different based on whether you vote by absentee ballot or in person.
Any registered Oklahoma voter can choose to use an absentee ballot. You don’t have to give a reason for not voting in person.
Voters with physical disabilities and their caregivers can request a “Physically Incapacitated Absentee Ballot.” This type ballot has special rules and procedures.
You can request your absentee ballot online or by mail.
If you are requesting a “Physically Incapacitated Absentee Ballot,” you can request it online or via mail, email, or fax. You can also have a personal representative deliver your application.
The name, birth date, and ID number on your application needs to match your voter registration record.
Your ID number should be:
If you’re not sure which ID number you used when you registered to vote, you can give more than one ID number. At least one of them must match what’s in your voter registration if you had an ID number there.
If you are using a “Physically Incapacitated Absentee Ballot” to vote, your signature must be witnessed by two people. All other absentee ballots need to be notarized.
Oklahoma does not allow you to return your ballot electronically.
Oklahoma asks you to show an acceptable ID when you vote in person.
You can use one of the following IDs if it’s unexpired (on the day you vote) or valid indefinitely. Your ID must match the name in the precinct registry:
If you don’t have an ID, you can vote a provisional ballot and complete a form called an affidavit with identifying information.
Page Updated: August 2023