OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma voters who wish to cast ballots in the Aug. 26 primary runoff election have until Friday to register to vote.
Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax (ZEER'-iks) says voters can download a registration form from the agency's website or pick one up at county election boards, post offices, tag agencies or libraries. Voters must either register in person by the close of business Friday or have their registration form postmarked by the deadline.
There are two statewide runoff elections on the ballot, and both of those are for Democrats. One is for an open U.S. Senate seat and the other is for state schools superintendent.
There are runoffs for both Republicans and Democrats in the 5th Congressional District that includes most of Oklahoma County.