Election Information



Be informed before the next election! Join us for our upcoming City Council Candidate Forum
on March 24, 2021, at the Central on Main Ballroom, starting at 6:00pm.
This event is complimentary for residents to attend, but you must register. Click here to register.


If you or your business would like a Your Vote Matters poster (shown below) to hang, please email [email protected] to pick a printed one up at the Chamber office, or click the image for a free pdf download.



All residents can vote for each ward.

The last day to register to vote for the upcoming April 6th election is March 12.

Broken Arrow City Council:

Click here to view a map of local wards.

  • Ward 1
    • Jonathan Kelly: click here for website.
    • Cathy Smythe: click here for website.
    • Debra Wimpee: click here for website.
  • Ward 2
    • Lisa Ford: click here for website.
    • Craig Thurmond: click here for website.



Tulsa Tech Board:

Click here to view a local zone map.

  • Board Member Office Number 6
    • Paul J. Kroutter, Jr.
    • Sharon A. Whelpley: click here for website.



Union School Board:

Click here to view a local zone map.

  • Board Member-Office One
    • Kasey Magness: click here for website.
    • Joey Reyes: click here for website.



Broken Arrow Public Schools Board:

Click here to view a local zone map.

  • Steve Allen was reelected unopposed



General Election Information

Need to Register to Vote?
The last day to register to vote for the upcoming April 6th election is March 12.

If you need to register to vote, click here.


Need to know where your polling location is?
Precinct Locator, click here.

List of Precincts, click here.


Need an Absentee Ballot?
To request an absentee ballot within the contiguous United States, voters can use the OK Voter Portal here.

To request an absentee ballot if you are a Military or an Overseas Voter go here: Federal Voting Assistance Program, click here.

Track your absentee ballot with the OK Voter Portal, click here.


Early Voting:
Early voting information to come.


Proof of Identity Information:
In order to vote in Oklahoma you must provide proof of identity.

For a list of accepted documents, click here.


Sample Ballots:
If you would like to view a sample ballot before election day, click here.