You should have your ballot!

If your ballot hasn’t arrived in the mail please give your Multnomah County Elections office a call. Take a moment out of your daily routine to #pawstovote – Official Ballot Drop Box Video (30 secs).

All Multnomah County registered voters should have received their ballots by now.

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Multnomah County Elections says all registered voters should have received their ballots by now. Any Multnomah County voter who has not received a ballot for the November 8 general election by Thursday, October 27 should call the county elections office at 503-988-3720.

A voted ballot can be sent to the elections office with one first-class stamp or by dropping it off at any official ballot drop site in Oregon. Official ballot drop sites include all Multnomah County Library locations and eight 24-hour official drop sites. To find the nearest official ballot drop site go to: multco.us/elections/multnomah-county-official-ballot-drop-sites.

Voters should use a blue or black ink ball point pen when marking their ballots. Felt tip pens and markers can bleed through the paper and cause unintended marks on the opposite side of the ballot.

Multnomah County Elections provides an interpreter, free of charge to anyone who needs help voting in a language other than English. Additional voting and elections information in nine languages is online at multco.us/education-and-outreach/language-access-voters-needing-interpretation.

Voted ballots for the November 8 general election must be received by 8:00 PM, November 8. For more information about the election, please visit www.mcelections.org.

This release can also be viewed in Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Chinese and on the Multnomah County website.

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