Registered Oklahoma Voters must show ID at the polls to vote. If you are a registered voter but didn't bring your ID to the polling place, you may cast a provisional ballot. In order for your ballot to be counted, you must sign an affidavit with your name, residence address, date of birth and either driver's license number or the last four digits of your security number. All of these must match the voter record for your ballot to be counted.
VoteRiders provides information and free, expert assistance to help you with voter ID. We can help with renewing your expired ID, obtaining the documents needed to secure your ID, and covering the cost of getting to and from ID-issuing offices. Call or text VoteRiders’ Voter ID Helpline: 844-338-8743.
GUIDE TO VOTER ID RULES IN OKLAHOMA
Voter identification card issued by appropriate county elections board*
ID issued by US Government, OK, or federally-recognized Tribal government* with:
- Voter’s photograph AND
- Current as of date of voting (except voters aged 65 or older: ID can be valid indefinitely)
* Voter’s name substantially conforms to name in precinct registry
Voter who doesn't produce acceptable ID may sign statement under oath to affirm identify and then cast provisional ballot