To find out if the Board of Elections has received your application for an absentee ballot, when your ballot was mailed, or if your voted ballot has been returned, call the County Election Board at 918-762-2125.
- Federal Voting Assistance Program - For military and overseas voters
In-Person Absentee Ballots
To be eligible to cast an absentee ballot in person in the Board of Elections Office, individuals must:
- Be registered to vote
- Complete an application for their absentee ballot
- Provide one of the six forms of photo identification required under Oklahoma law
Board of Elections Regular Hours
- Monday through Friday
- 8 am to 2 pm
For more information, please call (918) 762-2125
Absentee Ballots Through the Mail
To ensure that you have time to receive your ballot and return it by Election Day, we recommend you make your request as early as possible. Ballot requests may be received up to 180 days prior to any election.
Any eligible voter requesting an absentee ballot through the mail must submit a request in writing to the Board of Elections Office. The application must state the voter's name, address, date of birth, and the date of the election for which the voter is requesting a ballot and the voter's signature.
No reason is necessary when requesting a ballot be mailed. The application may be mailed to the Pawnee County Election Board Office at:
Pawnee, OK 74058
Phone: (918) 762-2125