You can help Oklahomans vote safely

[Click here if you need a notary]

We need your help to ensure that Oklahomans can vote safely in the upcoming election. If you are commissioned as a notary, please sign up to help notarize ballots for voters in your community for the June 30th election!

Voters will have two choices to verify their identity on absentee ballots:

  • provide a copy of an identification card, or
  • get their ballot notarized

You can help ensure that everyone who needs access to a notary can get it.

If you are commissioned as a notary, complete this sign-up form. 

Our field organizers will contact you if someone in your community needs a ballot notarized and help connect you with the voter.

The June 30th election is especially important for Oklahomans. In addition to the primary elections, voters will decide the fate of Medicaid expansion via State Question 802. You can help make sure everyone has the opportunity to weigh in on this crucial issue and can do so safely.

Click here for information on how to become a notary in Oklahoma. After you are commissioned, you can use the form above to be able to connect with community members who need a notary.

Do you need a notary?

Together Oklahoma has arranged for notary services to be available to Oklahoma in these cities. To connect with a notary in your area, please email info@togetherok.org.
Ada
Ardmore
Broken Arrow
Claremore
Del City
Edmond
Guthrie
Lawton
Moore
Muskogee
Nichols Hills
Norman
Oklahoma City
Sapulpa
Stillwater
The Village
Tulsa
Tuttle
Warr Acres
Weatherford

Together we can make a difference.

Published by Sabine Brown

Sabine joined Oklahoma Policy Institute in January of 2018. She grew up in Germany but has called Oklahoma home since 1998. Before joining Oklahoma Policy Institute she served as the Oklahoma Chapter Leader for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. She is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa. Sabine earned a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Health Science from the University of Oklahoma and was a physician assistant prior to discovering advocacy work. Sabine enjoys working with grassroots advocates to work towards a fair and prosperous Oklahoma. She lives in Bixby with her husband, Eric, and their two children.