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Voter guide 2020: What Oklahomans need to know for the Nov. 3 election
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Voter guide 2020: What Oklahomans need to know for the Nov. 3 election

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In Tulsa County, a record number of absentee ballots for a presidential year primary have been requested, some polling locations have moved and hundreds of poll workers — many of them elderly — decided not to risk infection.

For those voting in person either on Nov. 3 or during early voting at ONEOK Field, the key things to know are wear a mask and allow plenty of time. It might also be a good idea to make sure your precinct isn’t one of about 30 voting in a new location.

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