Election Day Reminders and Tips for Kay County Voters

Kay County Election Boatd - April 1, 2022 6:07 am

Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday April 5, 2022 to decide a number of issues.

City of Newkirk City Commissioner No. 2 and Proposition for sales tax, Newkirk School District for School Board Member Seat No. 2, Ponca City School District for School Board Member Seats No. 2 and No .4, Tonkawa School District for School Board Member Seat No.2 and Billings School District for School Board Member Seat No. 1, Seat No. 2, and Seat No. 5.

The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Kay County Election Board Secretary, Carol Leaming recommends voters with questions about their eligibility or polling place call before Election Day.

“We provide a number of additional services to voters on Election Day, so it can get very busy. If you have any questions, we strongly suggest you call or come by the week before the Election Day if possible. If you find that you do have a question on Election Day, however, don’t hesitate to call.”

Leaming says the State Election Board’s OK Voter Portal is the easiest way for voters to verify their registration or locate their polling place.  The OK Voter Portal can be found at oklahoma.gov/elections/ovp

The Kay County Election Board reminds voters to bring a current federal or Oklahoma state-issued photo ID, or federally-recognized trial ID to their polling place. An official Voter Identification Card can also be used a proof of identity. If you forget your ID, you may still cast a provisional ballot by signing an affidavit. Provisional ballots will be verified and counted after Election Day and before the election is certified.

For questions, please contact the Kay County Election Board at 580 362 2130 or [email protected]. The County Election Board is located at 219 S. Main Street in the Kay County Administration Building. Office hours are 8 a m to 4 p m Monday through Friday .

 

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