General Election Day is Nov. 3, 2020. Ballots must be received by 8PM that day.
Have you received your ballot? Check the state website to verify your mailing address.
Fortunately, here in Oregon we can vote by mail. The state is also now picking up the cost of a stamp so you can mail your ballot in, no cost to you, thanks to SB 861 that Governor Brown signed in June 2019. You can also drop your ballots off.
Last day to register to vote in-person, online or by mail: Oct. 13 (must be received by that date).
- Those who lost their homes or were displaced by fire, please contact the County Clerk’s office to change your mailing address to be sure to receive your ballot or go online at the Secretary of State’s website and change it there.
- Mail your ballot in early due to postal delivery issues.
- Local candidates running for office in Douglas County, OR
- Local ballot measures
- Drop box locations – will be updated 20 days before the election per the Secretary of State’s office.
The state of Oregon established vote by mail as the standard way to vote with a citizen’s initiative in 1998. Oregon became the first state in the U.S. to hold elections exclusively by mail.