Tulsa County Election Board

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Secretary
Patricia Brown Bryant

Email: electionboard@tulsacounty.org
 

Phone: (918)596-5780 Absentee Fax: (918)596-4536
Regular Fax: (918)596-5775

Tulsa County Election Board
555 North Denver Ave.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103


Endorsement Disclaimer
Precinct Locator/Online Voter Tool (Outside link)
Precinct Maps
Press Releases


Facts about Proof of Identity for Voting in Oklahoma
Voter Registration Locations in Tulsa County 
Request to Cancel Voter Registration 
Request to cancel Registration of Deceased Voter 

SAMPLE BALLOTS:
August 26, 2014 - Sample Ballots

ELECTION RESULTS:
August 26, 2014 Unofficial Election Results (Outside link)
2014 Election Results (Outside link)
Archived Election Results (Outside link)

ELECTION SCHEDULES:
2014 Election Schedule
2014 Important Dates for State and County Elections

FILINGS: (Updates will be posted after 5:00 p.m.)
City of Tulsa Candidate Filing (Filing Dates April 14 – 16) pdficone
County Candidate Filing (Filing Dates April 9 – 11) pdficone
State Candidate Filing Information (Outside link)

EMPLOYMENT:
Employment Application for Precinct Officials

LINKS:

Oklahoma State Election Board website (Outside link)
Oklahoma State Election Board Absentee Voting (Outside link)
Oklahoma State Election Board FAQ's (Outside link)
Oklahoma Voter Registration Form (Outside link)

Tulsa County Absentee Ballot Request Form
Federal Voting Assistance Program ( MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS ONLY)
Precinct List
Elected Officials List

The Tulsa County Election Board office is located at 555 North Denver, in Tulsa. Our office hours are 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration applicant cutoffs are 24 days before each election.

Persons making application to register to vote are not registered until a voter identification card is mailed to the voter.
Absentee ballots by mail may be requested through the Wednesday before the election until 5:00 p.m. In-person absentee voting is available at the Tulsa County Election Board on the Thursday and Friday before all elections from 8:00am to 6:00pm. For Federal and State elections, in-person absentee voting is additionally available on Saturday - 9:00am to 2:00pm.
For additional information call the Tulsa County Election Board office at 596-5787.

 

About the Tulsa County Election Board:


The Tulsa County Election Board currently consists of three Board members and a staff of nineteen. The Board members are Clint Parr, Chairman; Elaine Dodd, Vice-Chairman and Patty Bryant, Secretary. The Chairman and Vice-Chairman are appointed by their political party and the Secretary is appointed by Tulsa County senators. All appointments are certified by the State Election Board. The Chairman and Vice-Chairman are present when the Board is taking any action, such as certifying election results or conducting a contest of candidacy hearing. The Secretary of the Election Board actually directs the Board and oversees the administration of the office.


The Assistant Secretary executes many functions in conjunction with the Secretary.


Within the staff, there are several employees who perform many job functions, including:


The Election Services Coordinator is responsible for a large portion of the preparation of all elections that are conducted, including preparing and issuing election day ballots and supplies to the precinct inspectors.


The Absentee Ballot Coordinator is responsible for staffing Absentee Voting Boards for early in-person voting and nursing home voting. Tulsa County employs over 40 absentee voting board members. The Absentee Department is also responsible for processing absentee ballot requests, mailing absentee ballots and receiving and maintaining security of voted absentee ballots.


The Accounting Department at the Election Board is responsible for the payrolls of all areas performing services and also the billing of each entity calling for an election.


The Election Support Specialist enters all the specific parameters for each election on the computer so that the ballots will be counted electronically.


The Registrar Technician maintains current maps and street segments within Tulsa County, in addition to overseeing the Registration and Information Department, where currently approximately 330,000 Tulsa County voter registration documents are kept and updated according to residency. This department is also responsible for applying vote credit for each voter after each election.


The Training Resource Technician is responsible for finding and maintaining all polling locations in Tulsa County and for voting equipment delivery, setup and return for each election. In addition, this department is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of our 320 voting devices. Each device is cleaned, serviced and tested before use in every election.


The voting devices currently in use are the Hart InterCivic e-Scan AT. This device was newly purchased by the State of Oklahoma in late 2011 for use in the 2012 elections and all elections thereafter. Oklahoma was the first state to have a statewide voting system, meaning that all 77 counties in Oklahoma are computerized and all use the same voting equipment.


The various types of elections are: Statewide Regular Primary, Runoff and General, Presidential Primary, Annual School, Special School, Regular Municipal, Special Municipal and County Specials. The preparation time for an election takes weeks and sometimes even months.


Precinct boundaries must adhere to all congressional, State Senate, State House, Judicial and County Commission district lines. This becomes a major project every 10 years after the Federal decennial census is taken.


The Tulsa County Election Board office is located at 555 North Denver, in Tulsa. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration application cutoffs are 24 days before each election. Absentee ballots by mail may be requested until 5 p.m. on the Wednesday before the election and must be returned to the Election Board via U.S. Mail or a private mail service that provides delivery documentation by 7 p.m. on election day. In-person absentee voting is available on the Thursday and Friday before all elections from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. In Federal and State elections, in-person absentee voting is additionally available on the Saturday before elections from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For additional information call the Tulsa County Election Board office at (918) 596-5780.



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