Tulsa Area Voter’s Guide


This Voters’ Guide is published by the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa. The League has a long tradition of publishing the verbatim responses of candidates to questions important to voters. The League offers this Voter Guide to help citizens make informed decisions at the polls.

The League of Women Voters never supports or opposes any candidate.

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From Voter ID Information to learning how to receive guaranteed time off work to vote, we have all the information you need.

Voting / Election Info

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the Guide

Haven't picked up your copy of the annual Tulsa Area Voter's Guide? It is available at all Public Libraries and you may download it here.

Download Voter’s Guide PDF

Voting is Power

Founded in 2015, the Voting is Power (VIP) Coalition brings together community and faith groups actively working to increase voter engagement and turnout. The coalition publishes materials, and hosts events including voter registration training, sessions on how to overcome barriers to voter turnout and messaging for underrepresented populations, and opportunities to brainstorm innovative ideas for election reform.Coalition members who pledge to hold two voter registration events receive a Voter Registration Kit, with all materials needed to organize a registration drive, including a branded bag, registration application forms, pens, a “cheat sheet,” and other supplies.

If you would like to volunteer with VIP, contact us.


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State Questions

Five state questions will appear on the ballot but are not covered in this guide. For comprehensive information about the state questions you may consult The Oklahoma Voter Guide at any public library in Tulsa County.