County voter registrations up from January 2020 | Information


Cleveland County has seen a rise of virtually 15,000 new registered voters since final January, information from the Oklahoma State Election Board exhibits.

In January of 2020, the county had a complete of 156,961 registered voters. By Jan. 15, 2021, that quantity had elevated 14,870, rising to 171,831, in accordance with the state election board.

Republicans noticed the biggest improve in voters, including 7,097 to their celebration within the county. Cleveland County rose from 75,192 registered Republicans in January of 2020 to 82,289 as of Jan. 15, 2021, the information exhibits.

Democrats noticed a rise of three,656 voters since final January. The whole variety of registered Democrats in Cleveland County now stands at 55,733, as of Jan. 15.

For the reason that Oct. 9 deadline voter registration deadline for the 2020 November Common Election, there have been a complete of 1,041 new registrations: 350 Republican, 74 Democrat, 68 Libertarian and 540 Unbiased.

As of Jan. 15, the whole breakdown of Cleveland County’s registered voters celebration affiliation is as follows (not all of those people are eligible to vote within the Feb. 9 Norman Metropolis Council election):

Republican: 82,289

Democrat: 55,733

Unbiased: 32,310

Libertarian: 1,499

Of the 171,831 registered voters within the county, solely 45,668 individuals are eligible to vote within the upcoming metropolis council elections.

In accordance with information supplied the Cleveland County Election Board, the ward in Norman with essentially the most eligible voters is Ward 5 with 11,007. Ward Three has 10,824 eligible voters, Ward 2 has 9,779 eligible voters, Ward 1 has 7,836 eligible voters and Ward 7 has 6,222 eligible voters, the county election board stated.

As of 11:30 a.m. on Monday, the county election board has mailed out 2,392 mail-in ballots, and has obtained 309 of them again.

The deadline to request an absentee--mail poll is Tuesday, Feb. 3. Voters should additionally get their mail-in poll notarized to ensure that it to be accepted. Election day is Feb. 9.





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