Day two of early voting in Oklahoma wrapped up at 6 p.m. Friday, as long lines were the story of the day again at OneOK Field for Tulsa County.
The Tulsa County election board already reported record turnout with thousands of people already casting their ballots.
In Rogers County, officials said they’ve already surpassed the total number of early votes cast in 2016. Rogers County has two sites for early voting, the county election board in Claremore and Central Baptist Church in Owasso.
Muskogee County saw a steady stream of early voters on day two. The county is limiting the number of people inside at one time in order to maintain physical distancing.