- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 31, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A registration deadline is looming for Oklahomans wishing to vote in the June 28 primary election.

Voters have until Friday to register to vote or to change their address before the statewide primary.

Voter registration forms can be downloaded from the Oklahoma State Election Board’s website or picked up at county election board offices, post offices, tag agencies or libraries.

Nearly all voters will have an opportunity to vote in primary elections this year, including independents who are allowed to cast ballots in Democratic primaries only.

The Libertarian Party is also an official party now in Oklahoma, and registered Libertarians will be able to vote for one of two candidates running for the U.S. Senate.



Oklahoma State Election Board: www.ok.gov/elections


Corrects an earlier version that indicated voters had until Friday to change party affiliation in time to vote in the June 28 primary. That deadline has passed.

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