DURANT, OK - Voters in Oklahoma will have to schedule a little more time to vote this November.
On this year’s ballot are eleven state questions, and some of those questions are as long as four paragraphs. Most of the referendums deal with proposed changes to the state constitution. One referendum deals with the language used for official actions of the state. The questions are forcing many Oklahoma counties to increase the number of pages in this year’s ballot.
"This year the state had a full back of questions so we had to make an additional ballot for county questions," said Linda Fahrendorf with the Bryan County Election Board.
Election officials say voting may take a little longer this year due to all of those state questions, so if at all possible voters are encouraged to vote early this November.
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