- Ada, Oklahoma

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November 2, 2012

Early voting begins today; Stonewall poll changed


Ada —

Registered voters enter their last name, date of birth and zip code, and the locator produces a list of possible matches. Voters selects their names from the list and receive the name and address of their assigned polling place as well as a list of their congressional, state Senate, state House and county commissioner districts. 

If the locator is unable to match a voter’s information, the voter should call the local county election board office at 332-4534.

“The polling place locator is a great tool for Oklahoma voters who just need to verify their correct place to vote on election day,” McDaniel said. “Voters can access the polling place locator from any computer connected to the Internet at any time, including on Election Day when it may be difficult to reach their local county election board office by telephone.”

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