Unsolicited absentee ballots leave Oklahoma voters scratching their heads | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Unsolicited absentee ballots leave Oklahoma voters scratching their heads

Tens of thousands of registered voters in our state received unsolicited applications for absentee ballots in the mail.

Triplet's was already filled out with her personal information.

“[It had] my name and address, my home,” she said.

It’s not that big of deal because your name, address, party affiliation and how often you vote is public information.

Oklahoma City University political science professor and registered Democrat voter Dr. Richard Johnson also got an unsolicited application.

“The first thing I look at is return address, which is Springfield, Missouri, which is a very socially conservative area, so I'm thinking this is something Republican oriented or from a conservative group,” he said.

We alerted the Oklahoma State Election Board.

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