1. VOTE TODAY
You should have received your ballot by now for the May 21 election. If not, check with your local County Clerk.
Your School Board, Community College Board, Park and Rec Board, bond measures, rural fire districts and more, may be on your ballot and need your vote.
All elections matter, even these local, off year elections as they impact your taxes and shape your community.
Be a good citizen. Remember to vote and encourage your friends, family, and neighbors to vote too.
It is now too late to mail your ballot. Find your nearest drive-up or drop-off location here.
Trivia question: when did Oregon become a vote-by-mail state?
That’s a two-part answer: 1. the year each county had discretion of voting method including a mail option and 2. the year a statewide ballot measure overwhelming passed and Oregon became the first state to conduct elections exclusively by mail.
Find out if you guessed correctly here.