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Absentee ballots available for Feb. 13 mayoral election in Oklahoma City

Voters who want to cast an absentee ballot in the Feb. 13 mayoral primary are being urged to apply early.

Any registered Oklahoma City voter can cast an absentee ballot.

Get an application form at the Oklahoma County Election Board, 4201 N Lincoln Blvd., or online at elections.ok.gov.

Call the Oklahoma County Election Board at 713-1515.

A video with this story advancing the 2014 election explains the procedures for voting absentee.

Voters have the option of getting an absentee ballot for every election during the year or getting one only for a particular election.

To get an absentee ballot for every election, voters must re-apply each year.

Do that at the Oklahoma State Election Board website at https://www.ok.gov/elections/Voter_Info/Absentee_Voting/index.html and choose APPLY FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS ONLINE to get the form, then fill it out and hit the SUBMIT button.

State law requires that if you want to vote absentee for all elections, you must re-apply.

Those who want to vote absentee for a particular election must apply to get a ballot for that election -- on the State Election Board website or at the county Election Board.

The absolute deadline to apply to vote absentee for the Feb. 13 primary is 5 p.m. Feb. 7.

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