Time's Running out to Get an Absentee Ballot for the first Tulsa Non-Partisan Mayoral Election
Time is short to request an absentee ballot for next week’s first ever non-partisan Tulsa mayoral election. You have only until 5 p-m Wednesday. In-person absentee voting begins Friday.
Tulsa County Election Board Secretary Patty Bryant says if a candidate receives a majority…50 percent plus one…in next Tuesday’s primary…that person becomes mayor. If two candidates combine for a majority of votes, they face each other in the November general election. Also on next Tuesday’s ballot, city of Tulsa auditor, and the Republican primary for County Commission District 3.