VOTING


The most important thing you can do to ensure David Holt is our next State Senator is to vote for him in the 2010 Republican Primary. Here are some answers to common questions you may have about voting.

When is the day I can vote for David to be our next State Senator?

Where do I vote for David?

What time can I vote that day?

Do I live in the Thirtieth District?

What if I live in the Thirtieth District, but I’m not registered to vote yet. I’d like to vote for David. What do I need to do?

What if I’ve recently moved into the District, but I still need to change my registration so I can vote here for David. What do I need to do?

What if I will be out of town on July 27, 2010, but I would still like to vote for David. What do I need to do?

What if I am physically incapable of coming to a voting location or the Oklahoma County Election Board, but I would still like to vote for David. What do I need to do?

What if I’m a member of the military, or the spouse of a member of the military, and I won’t be in Oklahoma on election day, but I would still like to vote for David. What do I need to do?

I don’t live in the Thirtieth District, but I still want to help David serve our state. How can I?

 

When is the day I can vote for David to be our next State Senator?

The Republican Primary for the Thirtieth Senate District will be July 27, 2010. There is no Democrat running for the office, so this is the election that will determine the next Senator from the Thirtieth District of Oklahoma.

Where do I vote for David?

There are 30 precincts in the Thirtieth Senate District. Each has a voting location, and you can find out where your voting location is by going here.

What time can I vote that day?

Any time between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Do I live in the Thirtieth District?

Here is a map to see if you do.

What if I live in the Thirtieth District, but I’m not registered to vote yet. I’d like to vote for David. What do I need to do?

You will need to complete this form and mail it to the Oklahoma State Election Board as indicated on the form, or turn it in at a tag agency. Remember, you have to be registered by July 2nd to vote in the July 27th primary.

What if I’ve recently moved into the District, but I still need to change my registration so I can vote here for David. What do I need to do?

You will need to complete this form and mail it to the Oklahoma State Election Board as indicated on the form, or turn it in at a tag agency. Remember, you have to be registered by July 2nd to vote in the July 27th primary.

What if I will be out of town on July 27, 2010, but I would still like to vote for David. What do I need to do?

You have two options.

You may request an absentee ballot by filling out this form and mailing it to the Oklahoma County Election Board at 4201 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK 73105. You must do so by July 21st to vote in the July 27th Primary.

Or, you may vote in-person at the Oklahoma County Election Board (4201 N. Lincoln Boulevard) in the days leading up to the election. You may vote from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, July 23rd, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 24th, and from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, July 26th.

What if I am physically incapable of coming to a voting location or the Oklahoma County Election Board, but I would still like to vote for David. What do I need to do?

You may apply for an absentee ballot by filling out this form and mailing it to the Oklahoma County Election Board at 4201 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK 73105. You must do so by July 21st to vote in the July 27th Primary. Please note this form is different than the regular absentee form.

What if I’m a member of the military, or the spouse of a member of the military, and I won’t be in Oklahoma on election day, but I would still like to vote for David. What do I need to do?

Assistance for members of the military wishing to obtain an absentee ballot can be found here.

I don’t live in the Thirtieth District, but I still want to help David serve our state. How can I?

You can donate, or you can volunteer. And if you want to be a part of Team Holt through e-mail updates, you can sign-up here.