How to vote on Tuesday, Election Day
(KTEN) — Americans went to the polls on Tuesday to elect a new Congress and to vote in other important races.
Incumbent Republican governors in Texas and Oklahoma are facing strong challenges from Democratic contenders. Oklahoma's two U.S. Senate seats are also on the ballot.
Oklahoma voters can consult the OK Voter Portal for information about voting districts, polling place information, and to view a sample ballot. Call 405-521-2391 for information.
VoteTexas.gov is the online portal for Lone Star State citizens to obtain complete information about where to vote and to see what's on the ballot. Call 800-252-VOTE with any last-minute questions.
The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday in both Oklahoma and Texas.
Voters are urged to contact their county or state election board to report any possible violations of election law.
After the polls close on Tuesday, watch your vote count here on KTEN, ABC 10, and here on KTEN.com.