Yes. Any registered voter can vote via mail-in absentee ballot in the state of Oklahoma, without giving a reason. However, a registered voter can also vote by mail-in absentee ballot if he or she is physically incapacitated, or cares for a physically incapacitated person who cannot be left alone. Mail-in absentee ballots are also available for persons confined to nursing homes, and voters who are members of the military or otherwise living overseas.
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