Early Voting is March 31, April 1 for April 5 elections

Pawhuska Journal-Capital

The Early Voting site has moved from the Osage County Election Board to the Osage County Fairgrounds before the April 5, 2022, Anderson C05257 Board of Education General, Barnsdall I02957 Board of Education General, Bartlesville I03074 Board of Education General, Ponca City I07136 Board of Education General, Woodland I09057 Board of Education General, Osage Hills C00357 Board of Education Special, Sand Springs I00272 Board of Education General & City of Sand Springs Municipal General Elections, Osage County Election Board Secretary Kelly Chouteau said.

Those who want to vote early in person can do so Thursday, March 31, 2022, or Friday, April 1, 2022. Early voting will be available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday at the Osage County Fairgrounds, 320 Skyline Dr. in Pawhuska.

Voters can see a sample ballot for their precinct by using the Online Voter Tool on the Oklahoma State Election Board’s website at http://elections.ok.gov and entering their name and date of birth or at www.osage.okcounties.org for voters who want to get a preview of what will be at stake in the April 5, 2022, Anderson C05257 Board of Education General, Barnsdall I02957 Board of Education General, Bartlesville I03074 Board of Education General, Ponca City I07136 Board of Education General, Woodland I09057 Board of Education General, Osage Hills C00357 Board of Education Special, Sand Springs I00272 Board of Education General & City of Sand Springs Municipal General Elections.

Sample ballots are also available at the Osage County Election Board office. Kelly Chouteau, secretary of the Osage County Election Board, said that sample ballots can be viewed at the Election Board office, located at 630 Kihekah Ave., Pawhuska, Oklahoma, during regular office hours, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sample ballots also will be posted outside the precinct polling place on Tuesday so that voters can review them before casting their votes.

For more election-related information, call the Osage County Election Board at (918) 287-3036, e-mail at OsageCounty@elections.ok.gov or visit www.elections.ok.gov or www.osage.okcounties.org