Polling Places/In-Person Absentee Voting Details

Mike Seals - June 22, 2020 12:00 pm

The following is the list of in-person voting locations, by precinct:



001 Newkirk Library, 116 North Maple St. Newkirk


101 Family Center, Methodist Church 105 N. 4th, Tonkawa

103 Church of Christ Church, 300 N. Public, Tonkawa


202 First Christian Church 306 E. Coolidge. Blackwell

205 First Baptist Church 1st & Bridge Ave. Blackwell

206 Methodist Church 6th & Coolidge Ave. Blackwell


400Masonic Lodge 88 Boaz, Newkirk

401 (SUB) Christ Church 1001 Boaz, Newkirk

403 Christ Church 1001 Boaz, Newkirk

404 Peckham Christian Church Liberty Ave. Peckham

406 Town Hall Main ST. Braman

407 (SUB) Kildare School 1265 Church St. Kildare

409 Peckham Fire Dept. 7151 W. Church St. Peckham

411 Kildare School 1265 Church St. Kildare

412 Community Building 300 Morgan Sq. Kaw City

413 Presbyterian Church 14th & Grand Ave. Ponca City

419 Community Christian Church 2109 W. Grand Ave. Ponca City

420 Ranch Drive Volunteer Fire Dept. 3454 S. Ranch Dr. Ponca City


503 Victory Worship Center, 618 E. Hartford Ave. Ponca City

507 Ponca City Senior Center, 319 W. Grand Ave Ponca City

516 Faith Tabernacle 501 S. 5th, Ponca City

517 St. Mary’s Parish Hall 408 S. 8th. Ponca City

527 Providence Baptist Church 1301 East Bradley. Ponca City

530 Pioneer Technology Center 2101 N. Ash ST. Ponca City

532 Woodlands Christian Church, 1400 E. Hartford Ave. Ponca City

533 St. Luke’s Church of the Nazarene 1715 E. Prospect Ave. Ponca City

534 Northeast Baptist Church 2200 N. Pecan Rd. Ponca City

535 Ponca City Assembly, 2313 E. Prospect., Ponca City

In-Person Absentee Voter Notice

Registered voters in Kay County who want to vote by mail absentee ballot in next Tuesday’s Statewide Primary Election, Blackwell Municipal and Special Election, Blackwell School District I-45 Board Election and the Kildare School District C-50 Board Election, and the Newkirk Municipal Election have missed the application deadline, County Election Board Secretary Cheryl Howard said today.

“They aren’t out of luck, however,” Howard said.

Voters who want to cast absentee ballots still can do so at the County Election Board office on Thursday, June 25, and Friday, June 26, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, June 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. A two-member, bipartisan Absentee Voting Board will be on duty each day to assist absentee voters.

“In-person absentee voters fill out an application form when they get to the office. They are not required to give a reason for voting absentee” Howard said. “They are required to swear that they have not voted a regular mail absentee ballot and that they will not vote at their polling place on election day.”

According to Howard, the Absentee Voting Board verifies a voter’s registration information, then issues the voter’s ballots. The voter marks the ballots in a voting booth and then puts them in the voting device. “It is very much like voting at a precinct polling place,” said Howard.

Contact the County Election Board, located at 201 S. Main St. basement of Kay County Courthouse in Newkirk for more information. The telephone number is 580-362-2130.


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