It's true, Tuesday June 26 is primary day in Oklahoma, meaning early voting will available at the Tulsa County Election Board (555 N. Denver Ave.) on Friday June 22 (8a-6p), Saturday June 23 (8a-1p), and Monday June 25 (8a-6p). Polls will be open 7a-7p on June 26.
Republicans will be deciding or choosing candidates for several races in this primary. The only democratic primary is State Senate District 11. However, all City of Tulsa voters will be deciding a proposition to amend the City Charter for local primary elections and candidate filings to coincide with state elections.
Not sure what will be on the ballot? Access sample ballots here: http://www.tulsacounty.org/TulsaCounty/dynamic.aspx?id=8346
Not sure where to vote or which is your precinct number? Locate precinct and polling place here: http://www.tulsacounty.org/TulsaCounty/TulsaCoHtml.aspx?framesrc=pctloc
Don't forget, voting laws in Oklahoma changed in 2010 requiring proof of identification to vote. The I.D. can be any state or government issued I.D. or your voter registration card. Access more information about I.D. requirements here: http://1.usa.gov/p1N49z.
Need candidate or election information, access the Tulsa City-County Library's Election Guide: http://guides.tulsalibrary.org/electionguide.
Be informed & Go Vote!