Vote411 Voters’ Guide Available Now

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The Voters’ Guide for January 10 Special Elections is now available on

PLEASE NOTE: The January 10 election are Board of Education and Municipal Propositions only. Ballot language can be viewed by visiting

Vote411 is more than just an online voters’ guide, offering information on voter registration, absentee voting, polling locations, and more. It’s a one-stop shop for every Oklahoma voter!

A full list of elections for the entire state can be found here.

Vote411 allows voters to read biography information and question responses from candidates who will appear on their ballot. Vote411 provides candidates a platform to communicate directly with voters, while providing voters a clear sense of where they stand on issues.


Creek County
Creek County
Mayes County
Mayes County
Muskogee County
Osage County
Pawnee County
Rogers County


Cleveland Public Schools, Proposition
City of Bristow, Proposition (Amend City Charter)
Osage Public Schools, Proposition (Annexation)
Town of Adair, Proposition (PSO Franchise)
Town of Haskell, Proposition
Cleveland Public Schools, Proposition
Cleveland Public Schools, Proposition
Town of Oolagah, Proposition (PSO Franchise)

important dates
Early Voting
Find Your Early Voting Location

Thursday, Jan. 5 – Friday, Jan. 6
8:00am – 6:00pm

Election Day
Your Polling Location

Tuesday, Jan. 10
7:00am – 7:00pm

The mission of the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa is to provide non-partisan information about candidates for all elections in Tulsa County. In order to reach as many voters as possible, the League provides an online, mobile-friendly Voters’ Guide via the League’s innovative Vote411 website. All candidates are invited to participate. The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa does not edit or change responses in any way.