Still haven't headed to your local polling place? Unsure about where exactly it is you're voting? Maybe you just need a refresher on how the whole voting thing works, we'll let KTUL.com help you.
If you haven't participated in early voting yet and you aren't exactly sure where you are suppose to vote tomorrow, the Oklahoma State Election Board has built a database of polling places across the state. Just hit the link and you will be directed to a pop-up window where you can enter your information and then be told where to drive, walk, bike or run to tomorrow.
Are you wondering what exactly you will be faced with tomorrow in the voting booth? The Tulsa County Election Board has everything you need if you head to their website. There you will find an example of the ballot so you can easily navigate through it tomorrow.
Finally, are you still not so sure what state questions are needing your vote this season? Look no further than KTUL.com. We've compiled a list of all the state questions and what they entail here. Read through, be informed and make your decision.
And don't forget. Right on our homepage, we've built a special section just below our section of rotating stories at the top where you can find links to all this information again.
We'll be live at all the candidate's watch parties and watching as national and state results trickle in. So pop that popcorn, cuddle up with your favorite animal and stay tuned to Tulsa's Channel 8.
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