OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma's statewide Primary Election is today and polls close at 7 p.m.
Oklahoma has a closed Primary system, meaning only registered voters of a political party may vote in that party’s Primary.
Independent voters may vote in non-partisan races or questions on the ballot in their precinct.
Voters may use the State Election Boards new Online Voter Tool to confirm their voter registration, find their precinct, view sample ballots, and track their mail absentee ballot.
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