Oklahoma voters have a final chance to cast their ballots early in the November general election.
County election boards in all 77 Oklahoma counties are open Monday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Although the presidential election is the primary draw for many, Oklahoma voters must also decide some congressional, state, county and local races, as well as make some decisions about several state questions.
People must vote in the county in which they're registered. Voters can still, of course, cast their ballots tomorrow on election day.
If you're heading to the polls to vote, you do have to provide proof of identity. That can be an Oklahoma driver license, state ID card, passport, or military ID.