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New Service Sends Reminders To Oklahoma Voters

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Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma
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Oklahoma voters participate in an election in 2016.

Never miss an election again, thanks to a new service from the Oklahoma State Election Board.

Oklahoma voters can sign up for text or e-mail alerts for notifications of upcoming elections and reminders to renew their annual absentee ballot requests.

State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax says the system will help Oklahoma voters, making it easier to cast their vote on Election Day.

Oklahoma has notoriously low turnout for midterms and special elections, and the new service hopes to address that issue.

Voters can subscribe to election reminders at elections.ok.gov.

Victor A. Pozadas was a student reporter and photographer for KOSU during the summer of 2017.
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