Today is the last day to register to vote or update your registration, if you live in Oklahoma.
As The Tulsa World reports, voters are encouraged to go online and verify their information, in case it needs updating.
Oklahoma voters can pick up a registration form at any of the state's 77 county election boards. Alternatively, you can download a from from the State Election Board’s website.
All voter registration forms must be delivered in person or postmarked by this Friday, Oct. 12.
This year, as has been widely reported, is an exceptionally important one at the polls, with the US Senate and House of Representatives hanging in the balance. Closer to home, Sooner State voters will be deciding this year on a new governor, national representatives, state legislature members, district attorneys and local judgeships.
The ballot will also feature five state questions, including referendums on school funding, the sale of eyeglasses and rights for crime victims.