Kojo Asamoa-CaesarU.S. Rep. 1st District of OK
Kojo Asamoa-Caesar (D) is a former educator running for Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District. Asamoa-Caesar is fighting to enact universal child care, universal pre-k, cancel student loan debt and to increase education funding and teacher pay. He is also committed to working towards universal healthcare, passing comprehensive gun safety legislation, and raising the minimum wage. Asamoa-Caesar is committed to criminal justice reform, including stopping the over-policing of Black communities and ending the war on drugs.
This election season, vote for Kojo Asamoa-Caesar to represent Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District. Register to vote today or check your registration status below.
Vote early to avoid lines and wait times at the polls. In person early voting begins Oct. 29. You can also cast a ballot safely and securely by voting by mail as soon as possible. Any voter can request an absentee ballot without an excuse. Absentee ballots with a yellow stripe must either be notarized or include a photocopy of an acceptable ID. Absentee ballots with a pink stripe—available only to voters with COVID-19 or who are at high risk for COVID-19—must either be signed by two witnesses or include a photocopy of an acceptable ID.
Election day polling locations will open on November 3 from 7 AM to 7 PM. Remember to bring an acceptable ID to the polls. your nearest polling place by visiting the Oklahoma State Election Board website.
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