Voter Information

Primary Election Official results are in!

The official election results are in! Check the Douglas County Elections Department for the break down. Only 41.72% of registered voters voted in this election.

Initiative Petition 17

IP 17Signatures Needed for IP 17, Safer Firearm Owners and Less Lethal Ammunition

Signature gatherers are needed for IP 17, to include it on the November ballot.

Things you can do!

  • Step 1: Visit Lift Every Voice Oregon
  • If you’re willing to gather multiple signatures, click “Train to Gather Signatures” and follow the instructions provided. 
  • If you’d like to download and sign a one-signature petition sheet, please click “Sign Initiative Petition from Home.” After signing, you must also complete the circulator information at the bottom before mailing to the address provided:

P.O. BOX 12508

  • Please get the word out to friends and family members about IP 17 and how they can be part of the solution to prevent gun violence. 

See LWVOR’s website for more information.

Thank You For Voting!

Official certified results will be posted from June 8 to June 13 on the Secretary of State’s website and posted on the Douglas County Elections department website.

Results as of today are posted on the Secretary of State’s website. Find out about all races throughout Oregon here.

If you’re wondering where to find election information, especially regarding lesser known positions, look here at the Voters’ Pamphlet for the Primary Election on May 17, 2022 on the Secretary of State’s website. You can find information about people running for judge positions under Nonpartisan Candidates and representatives under Democratic or Republican Candidates.

See more information about voting this year. There are a few new rules.

A video recording of the Douglas County Commissioners Candidates Forum held on 4/26/22 is now online here. is a trusted League source – read your ballot here.

Oregon now has a sixth congressional district in 2022. Douglas County district maps have been edited and posted.

The new House District 6 in Oregon consists of Polk County and Yamhill County, in addition to portions of Marion County, Clackamas County, and Washington County.

Gov. Kate Brown signed new state legislative maps into law on Sept. 27, 2021. The maps were approved by the Oregon House of Representatives 31-18, and approved in the Oregon State Senate 18-11. These maps take effect for Oregon’s 2022 legislative elections. (from Ballotpedia).

The Douglas County Clerk’s office has updating local precinct lines.

Oregon Legislature

There’s actually more to democracy than just voting. You can also watch what your Legislature does. Visit the Oregon Legislature’s webpage to find out session and interim session dates, how to testify or comment online, and watch committee hearings.

A short legislative session begins on Feb. 1, 2022 and will end by Mar. 7, 2022.

Legislative Reports –

LWVOR has published its Sine Die Legislative Report, a wrap of the session that just ended. Here’s a quick way to learn about what transpired at the last Legislative Session.

Legislative Report Subjects include:
  • Climate Emergency
  • Education
  • Governance
  • Natural Resources
  • Revenue
  • Social Policy
Read about State League priorities here.
Thank you, State League Action Team Members!

General Election 2020 Info

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

To update or check on the status of your registration visit the Secretary of State’s website. There’s more on the County Clerk’s website here.

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