Oklahoma Elections

for 2018

General election is on Nov. 06, 2018.

Deadline to register for this election is October 22, 2018.

Check if you’re registered to vote at Register to Vote.

Get the voter registration form at Get the Form,

OR Call (405) 521-2391 to request one by mail.

Voters registration deadline is:

  • In-Person: 25 days before Election Day.
  • By Mail: 25 days before Election Day.
  • Online: N/A

Early voting is available from 8am to 6pm on the Friday and Monday before any election. Early voting also takes place from 8am to 1pm on the Saturday before a state or federal election.

Get your sample ballot at: Sample Ballot Lookup

Federal Level

President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018

Senator: There is NO candidate running for the senate in 2018

US House of Representatives:

The Democratic candidates are:

District 1: Tim Gilpin; District 2:Jason Nichols; District 3:Frankie Robbins; District 4:Mary Brannon;

District 5:Kendra Horn.

State Level

State Executive Level

Governor: The Democratic candidate is Drew Edmondson

Lt. Governor:  The Democratic candidate is Anastasia Pittman, state senator

Atty. General: The Democratic candidate is Mark Myles

Insurance Commissioner: The Democratic candidate is Kimberly Fobbs

Labor Commissioner: The Democratic candidate is Fred Dorrell

Superintendent of Public Schools: The Democratic candidate is John Cox

Corporation Commissioner: The Democratic candidate is Runoff winner between Blake Cummings or Ashley Nicole McCray.

 

State Congressional Level

State Senate: A total of 24 seats out of the chamber’s 48 seats are up for election in 2018. Oklahoma state senators serve staggered, four-year terms and half of the Senate is up for election every two years.

The Democratic candidates are:

District 2:No Dem; District 4:Eddie Martin; District 6:Arnold Bourne; District 8:Shannan Tucker; District 10:No Dem; District 12:Rick Parris; District 14:Justin Arledge; District 16:TBD; District 18:Charles Arnall; District 20:Heady Coleman; District 22:William Andrews; District 24:Renee Jerden; District 26:No Dem; District 28:No Dem; District 30:Julia Kirt; District 32:Jacobi Crowley; District 34:J.J. Dossett (I); District 36:Bryan O’Brien; District 38:Jeff Berrong; District 40:Carri Hicks; District 42:Linda Wade; District 44:Michael Brooks (I); District 46:Kay Floyd (I); District 48:Kay Floyd (I).

State House of Representatives: All 101 House seats are up for election in 2018. Oklahoma state representatives serve two-year terms, with all seats up for election every two years.

Please vote for the Democratic candidate that will represent your district in the General election on Nov. 06th.

Oklahoma Supreme Court justices will expire in January 2019. These justices terms will expire on January 2019 and therefore, These justices must stand for retension by voters in 2018 in order to remain on the bench.

James Edmondson
Yvonne Kauger
Noma D. Gurich
Patrick Wyrick

Oklahoma Court of Appeals justices will expire in January 2019. These justices terms will expire on January 2019 and therefore, These justices must stand for retension by voters in 2018 in order to remain on the bench.

Scott Rowland
David B. Lewis
Dana Kuehn

Ballot Measures:

November 6, 2018

Type Title Subject Description
LRCA State Question 794 Law Enforcement Expands the constitutional rights of crime victims
LRCA State Question 798 Elections and campaigns Provides for a joint ticket for governor and lt. governor
LRCA Allow Certain Voter-Approved Property Taxes to Fund School Operations Amendment (SJR 70) Taxes and Budgets Allows certain voter-approved property taxes to fund school operations instead of only construction
LRCA Establish an Oil and Gas Development Tax Revenue Investment Amendment (SJR35) State and local government budgets, spending and finance Creates a fund for the investment of 5% of oil and gas development tax revenue

Municipal Elections:

School Board Elections:

school district in Oklahoma held the election on April 3,  2018. If no candidate wins a majority of the votes, then a runoff will be held during the General Election.