Ballots Due Before 8:00 PM TONIGHT!

It is too late to mail ballots, and postmarks do not count. Voters can use any 24-hour official ballot-return box site as well as any Multnomah County Library 24-hour book-return box to safely and securely deposit ballots. 

Locate a ballot box. To find your nearest official ballot-box site or library site visit: multco.us/dropsites.

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Voter Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 28, 2020

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Multnomah County Elections reminds voters that April 28, 2020 is the voter registration deadline for the May 19 Primary Election.

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Voter Registration and Party Choice Deadline Tuesday

From Multnomah County Elections:

Tuesday, April 24 is the Voter Registration Deadline and the Party Choice Deadline!

Multnomah County reminds voters that Tuesday, April 24 is the voter registration deadline for the May 15 Primary Election.Oregon voters can register to vote online at www.oregonvotes.gov/register. To register to vote online an eligible voter must have a valid Oregon driver’s license, permit, or ID card. The online registration deadline is 11:59 PM on April 24. Voters can register to vote on paper with an Oregon Voter Registration Card. Registration cards can be found at the elections office, Oregon DMV, post office, or public library. The deadline for mailing the Oregon Voter Registration Card is a USPS postmark of April 24.
Voters can also register to vote at the Multnomah County Duniway-Lovejoy Elections Building at 1040 SE Morrison Street, Portland OR 97214. The Multnomah Duniway-Lovejoy Elections Building will be open extended hours: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM on April 24. Multnomah County Elections can accept voter registrations from any Oregon resident.

Last Day to Mail Ballots for the January 23, 2018 Election

Thursday, January 18 is the last day to safely mail ballots: Voters can get help voting or pick up a replacement ballot at two locations in Multnomah County.

Thursday, January 18 is the last day for voters to safely mail their ballot for the Special Election onTuesday, January 23. Ballots can be mailed with one first class stamp. Voters are encouraged to return ballots promptly because of the possibility of inclement winter weather.

Ballot envelopes must be signed and ballots received by the elections office by January 23 at 8:00 PM. Postmarks do not count in Oregon.
Multnomah County Elections Offers Extended Hours
Multnomah County Elections normal hours at both the SE Portland (1040 SE Morrison Street) and Gresham (600 NE 8th Street) locations are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday-Friday.
Multnomah County Elections extended hours at both locations:
  • 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Saturday, January 20
  • 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Monday, January 22
  • 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Tuesday, January 23 (Election Day)

Multnomah County voters can get a replacement ballot sent by mail or available to be picked up in-person at “Will Call” at our SE Portland or Gresham locations during business hours. A replacement ballot will be available at the elections service location within two hours of request. Order a replacement ballot online or by calling 503-988-3720.

January 2018 Special Election Resources

Register by October 17th to Vote in November Special Election

Register to Vote in Multnomah County’s November Special Election by October 17th

A November Special Election is only seven weeks away on Tuesday, November 7, for eligible voters in Multnomah County. Local ballot measures will be on the ballot and not any candidate races. Ballots are scheduled to be mailed on October 18 with November 2nd indicated as the last day to safely mail return a ballot.

The voter registration deadline for this election is October 17 and only eligible voters who live within the boundaries of the local districts on the ballot will receive a ballot. Portland Community College, Alto Park Water and Hillsboro School are the districts on the ballot.

Oregon voters may register online at www.oregonvotes.gov/myvote or fill out a paper Oregon Voter Registration Card available at the elections office, public library, Oregon DMV, or post office.

Further information about voting and how to track a ballot is available on the Multnomah County November Special Election webpage. The county’s Election Division website also offers information to check if one is registered to vote, voting opinions, a military and overseas voters’ guide and more election information.

Celebrate National Voter Registration Day

Democracy Starts With You: Celebrate National Voter Registration Day!
Last year, millions of Americans did not vote because they missed a voter registration deadline or did not know how to register to vote. Tuesday, September 26th is National Voter Registration Day, a national holiday to celebrate our democracy! It is the one day each year that volunteers and organizations from all over the country take action to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to vote.
Multnomah County Elections will join more than 3,000 partners nationwide in hosting a National Voter Registration Day event at the Lloyd Farmers Market (Oregon Square Courtyard, 820 NE Holladay St., Portland OR) from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Tuesday, September 26, 2017.
Are you registered to vote?
Maybe you are registered, but what about your family & friends, clients & customers?  Did you move and need to update your address?  Every vote matters, and it is up to each of us to help one another get registered to vote. Remind your friends and family to register to vote now.  You can register to vote or update your voter registration online!  Visit oregonvotes.gov/myvote.

Register to Vote in Multnomah County’s November Special Election by October 17th!

Ballots are in the Mail for the Special District Election

The U.S. Postal Service has begun mailing ballots Wednesday, April 26, for the May 16, 2017 Special District Election. Multnomah County voters who do not receive a ballot by Thursday, May 4 should call the county elections office at 503-988-3720.

Voters can now sign up to track their ballot and get a virtual “I Voted” sticker. Text, email, or voice alerts tell voters when the county elections office has mailed ballots. Alerts indicate whether the ballot has been accepted for counting or whether it requires further action by the voter. Multnomah County voters can sign up by visiting: multco.us/elections/track-your-ballot.