Voter Information


General Election Nov. 8, 2022
BALLOTS COUNTED in Douglas County -55,033
TURNOUT – 62.5%

Link to Local & State Election Results

Link to Douglas County Ballot Measures.

Douglas County Clerk Dan Loomis addressed voting procedures for the Nov. 8 General Election on Oct. 18 at 6:30PM at the Roseburg Public Library. Here is a link to the video.

Candidate Forums

League Candidate Forums recordings and links for the General Election are available now. The Umpqua Valley League co-sponsored a number of forums.

Ballot Measures

Link to local ballot measures.

League Positions on Oregon Ballot Measures 2022

#111 (Full Text) SUPPORT – Oregon Right to Health Care Amendment – Amend the Oregon Constitution: The State must ensure affordable healthcare access, balanced against requirements to fund schools and other essential services. (Legislative Referral)

# 112 (Full Text) SUPPORT – Removing Slavery and Crimes from the Oregon Constitution – Amend the Oregon Constitution: Remove language allowing slavery and involuntary servitude as punishment for crime. (Legislative Referral)

#113 (Full Text) No position – Exclude legislators from re-election for absenteeism. – Amend the Oregon Constitution: Disqualify Legislators with ten unexcused absences from floor sessions from holding the next term of office. (Initiative Petition)

#114 (Full Text) SUPPORT – Reduce Gun Violence Act – Requires a permit to acquire firearms; police maintain a permit/firearm database; criminally prohibits certain ammunition magazines. (Initiative Petition) 

The League studies issues, reaches member consensus, and then adopts positions. We refrain from supporting or opposing measures if we have not studied the issue.

Voter Registration

Transparency in Government


Voter Glossary

Find Your Legislators

Find your districts here:

Thank You For Voting!

Results as of today are posted on the Secretary of State’s website. Find out about all races throughout Oregon here. is a trusted League source – read your ballot here.

Last day to register to vote in-person, online or by mail is 3 weeks before election day.

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