On Thursday, an Oklahoma City law firm is hosting a drive-by notary clinic for voters.
The event will be at Scott Rive Workspace Solutions near Northeast 71st Street and North Bryant Avenue.
Organizers said with a dramatic increase in absentee ballots requested this year, these events are more important than ever.
"Having a notary is a way to make sure that your ballot is officials it is done correctly and it gets counted," said Melissa Pasha, notary clinic organizer.
Because of the pandemic, absentee ballots are not required to be notarized for the November election.
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