For current voting info visit our webpage here.
The deadline to register for the General Election, a presidential election, is October 13, 2020. To update or check on the status of your registration visit the Secretary of State’s online portal. There’s more on the County Clerk’s website here.
The State of Oregon now pays for your ballot to be mailed in (SB 861). Or you can drop your ballot off at these locations: Drop Box locations
Douglas County Elections Department
1036 SE Douglas Ave., Room CH124
P.O. Box 10,
Roseburg, OR 97470
FAX (541) 440-4408
Visit the State of Oregon website for further information.
Call to make an appointment due to COVID-19 – (541) 440-4252
You can also register to vote manually, but it may be too late unless you walk the form in to the County Clerk’s office.
Or deliver your ballot to the Elections Department at the Douglas County Courthouse at 900 SE Douglas, Roseburg, Oregon, Room 124. You can drop it off at Room 124 or there is also a hallway slot.
A voter who is unable, because of the disability, to sign their name should also complete the Signature Stamp Attestation form, which is on the Elections Dept website.
Requirements to Register
You are 16 years old *
You are a permanent resident of Oregon
You are a citizen of the United States
*If you are 16 years of age, you will not receive a ballot until an election occurs on or after your 18th birthday.
New laws require that people must provide identifying information to register to vote. If you have a current, valid Oregon DMV Driver’s License/ID, you must provide that number. A suspended Driver’s License is still valid, a revoked Driver’s License is NOT valid. If you do not have a current, valid Oregon DMV Driver’s License/ID, you must provide the last four digits of your Social Security number.
If you do not have a current, valid Oregon DMV Driver’s License/ID or a Social Security number, you must affirm this on the voter registration card, and if you are registering by mail, you must provide a copy of one of the following:
- Valid photo identification
- A paycheck stub
- A utility bill
- A bank statement
- A government document
- Proof of eligibility under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) or the Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act (VAEH)
If you have any questions, be sure to call your county elections office.
- LWVOR, the state League of Women Voters of Oregon’s website – the League provides a statewide Voters’ Guide online for each statewide election every two years. The Guide includes a complete explanation of all sides of ballot measures and candidates information.
- Vote411.org – Operated by the League of Women Voters of the United States, this service provides this online election service that covers the entire United States
- Oregon Secretary of State – Oregonvotes.org – The Oregon Secretary of State Elections Division in Salem has a voters guide of the statewide ballot measures, as well as election results.
- Available Now! The national League’s Guide to Electing the President