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Voter Registration


Voter Registration Site in Oklahoma


I Voted

The Jackson County Election Board is located in room 105 of the Jackson County courthouse in Altus, OK.  For more information about requirements, deadlines, absentee voting, election dates, and offices please visit the Jackson County website.


Polling Places

Precinct 1 Altus Best Western 2804 N. Main, Altus, OK
Precinct 2 Altus Community Center 401 Falcon Rd, Altus, OK
Precinct 3 Emmanuel Baptist Church 800 N. Forrest, Altus, OK
Precinct 4 Masonic Lodge 1120 N. Hudson, Altus, OK
Precinct 6 Masonic Lodge 1120 N. Hudson, Altus, OK
Precinct 7 Southside Baptist Church 1100 Asalee, Altus, OK
Precinct 9 Altus High School Auditorium Lobby 220 N. Park Lane, Altus, OK
Precinct 10 St. John's Baptist Church 520 Martin Luther King, Altus, OK
Precinct 13 Southern Prairie Library 421 N. Hudson, Altus, OK
Precinct 14 Prince of Peace Catholic 1500 Falcon Road, Altus, OK
Precinct 16 Blair Community Building Blair, OK
Precinct 17 Duke Community Building Duke, OK
Precinct 18 Eldorado Community Building Eldorado, OK
Precinct 19 Elmer Community Center Elmer, OK
Precinct 20 Warren Church of Christ Hwy 19, Warren, OK
Precinct 21 Headrick Community Center Headrick, OK
Precinct 23 Martha Town Hall 105 E. Church, Altus, OK
Precinct 24 Olustee Community Building Olustee, OK


Jackson County Contact Information

BOX 154
ALTUS, OK. 73522
PHONE: 580-482-2370


What is Western Oklahoma State College?

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    Western Oklahoma State College, established as Altus Junior College in 1926, is the oldest original municipal two-year college still in existence in Oklahoma...
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    Western Oklahoma State College aspires to be the outstanding and innovative community college known for its focus on student success and its service to community and regional development.
  • Mission

    The mission of Western Oklahoma State College is to provide high quality education while ensuring equity, supporting student success, and empowering individuals to become productive members of diverse local, regional, and global communities.


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