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Okla. Election Board unveils online voter tool

   OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Oklahoma voters will be able to look up their registration record, polling location and sample ballots with a new online voter tool being launched by the State Election Board.
 
   Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax says the new online tool will give residents ``unprecedented online access to their voter information.''
 
   Polling locations already had been available on the site, but new enhancements include allowing voters to view sample ballots, track absentee ballots and confirm their voter registration.
 
   Voters who have successfully registered will be able to access their information, while those who are unregistered will be alerted to contact their county election board.
 
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   Online:
 
   Oklahoma Election Board: www.elections.ok.gov
   

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