Voters Asked to Confirm Registration Address

(Oklahoma City) – Voters who have received an Address Confirmation Notice in the mail from the State Election Board are asked to respond as soon as possible to avoid having their registration become “inactive.” Notices were sent to some voters as part of the voter list maintenance process required by both state and federal law.According to State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax (pronounced ZEER-icks), Address Confirmation Notices are just one part of the voter list maintenance process. “The State Election Board relies on multiple sources to keep its voter rolls accurate, but the address confirmation process allows us to contact…

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