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Election Day: What You Need to Know

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Voters will decide today who will be the next mayor of Tulsa and vote on other local issues. Before you head to the polls, check out these links:

Tulsa County Sample Ballots
Review the ballot before you get to the polls.

Look Up Your Polling Place
Not sure where to go? Look up your polling place online.

Other Elections
Live outside Tulsa? Check out this list of all the local elections scheduled for Tuesday.

ID for Voting
Review the list of acceptable forms of identification to show at the polling place. 


Watch live streaming coverage of our Election Night Special beginning at 9 p.m. on KTUL.com and on RTV (8.3/Cox Cable 131).

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