Oklahoma is one of 7 states authorized to remove inactive voters from voter rolls.
In order to be removed from the voter list, someone would have to have not voted in the past 4 General
Election cycles in a span of 8 years.
Or, have not responded to mailings confirming their address to indicate they want to remain active.
Letters will be sent before June 1st for a person to indicate whether they want to stay in an active status.
They will then have about 60 days to respond before being places in “inactive status”.
This purge is performed every two years by the Oklahoma State Election Board and will begin now that Spring elections are over.