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.

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Today is Election Day!

Return your ballot before 8:00 PM tonight.

Today, Tuesday November 8 is the last day to vote in the general election. Ballots must be received by 8:00 PM tonight, Tuesday, November 8 for them to count. Voters can find the nearest official ballot drop site anywhere in Oregon by visiting multco.us/elections/multnomah-county-official-ballot-drop-sites.

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All registered voters should have received their ballots. Multnomah County voters who have not received ballots or need assistance should call Multnomah County Elections at 503-988-3720 or visit the Elections office at 1040 SE Morrison Street, Portland. Voters can also request a replacement ballot online, multco.us/elections/webform/order-ahead-replacement-ballot, and it will be ready for pickup at the Elections Office at “Will Call” when the voter arrives. The Multnomah County Elections Office will be open until 8:00 PM tonight.

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.

Voters who have returned their ballots can check their ballot status and get alerts by signing up for Track Your Ballot, multco.us/elections/track-your-ballot.
Voters who have not yet returned their ballots can drop them off in person at any of the official 24-hour drop sites located throughout the county until 8:00 PM tonight. It is too late to mail ballots and postmarks do not count. Voters can also drop off their ballot at any Multnomah County Library location during regular library hours, multcolib.org/hours-and-locations.

Listed below and online at multco.us/elections/multnomah-county-official-ballot-drop-sites are all the official 24-hour ballot drop sites and Multnomah County Library locations available until 8:00 PM tonight, Tuesday, November 8. Official ballot drop boxes will be emptied regularly throughout the day and promptly at 8:00 PM tonight.

Official 24-hour ballot drop sites:

A-Boy Supply: 7365 SW Barbur Blvd.

Goodwill Store: 3134 N Lombard St.

Gresham Library: 385 NW Miller Ave.

McDonald’s Restaurant: 2010 NE 39th Ave. (Box location: west side of Northeast 40th Ave. between Northeast Tillamook and Hancock streets)

Midland Library: 805 SE 122nd Ave.

Multnomah County Elections: 1040 SE Morrison St. (Box locations: east side of Southeast 11th between Southeast Morrison and Belmont and north side of Southeast Belmont between Southeast 10th and 11th)

Pioneer Courthouse Square: 700 block of SW Broadway (next to Starbucks and across from Nordstrom)

Regal Cinemas Movie Theater / M & M Car Wash: Southeast Division St. & 165th Ave., Portland – drop box located in Regal Cinemas parking lot behind M & M Car Wash

Multnomah County Library locations:

Albina: 3605 NE 15th Ave.

Belmont: 1038 SE 39th Ave.

Capitol Hill: 10723 SW Capitol Highway

Central: 801 SW 10th Ave.

Fairview-Columbia: 1520 NE Village St., Fairview

Gregory Heights: 7921 NE Sandy Blvd.

Gresham: 385 NW Miller Ave., Gresham

Hillsdale: 1525 SW Sunset Blvd.

Holgate: 7905 SE Holgate Blvd.

Hollywood: 4040 NE Tillamook St.

Kenton: 8226 N Denver Ave.

Midland: 805 SE 122nd Ave.

North Portland: 512 N Killingsworth St.

Northwest: 2300 NW Thurman St.

Rockwood: 17917 SE Stark St.

Sellwood-Moreland: 7860 SE 13th Ave.

St. Johns: 7510 N. Charleston Ave.

Troutdale: 2451 SW Cherry Park Rd., Troutdale

Woodstock: 6008 S.E. 49th Ave.

The Multnomah County Elections Division will begin releasing unofficial results at 8:00 PM tonight, at its office, online at http://bit.ly/2fdVWbA and on twitter at @MultCoElections. Unofficial election results will be updated on the website throughout election night as additional ballots are counted.

This release may also be viewed in Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese and online.

Mail your ballot by Thursday, November 3rd!

Thursday, November 3 is the last day to MAIL your ballot with a first class stamp!

Multnomah County Elections reminds voters that tomorrow, Thursday, November 3 is the last day to safely mail ballots

Tomorrow, November 3rd is the last day for voters to safely mail their ballot for the general election on Tuesday, November 8. Ballots can be mailed with one first class stamp. Ballots must be received by the Elections Office by November 8 at 8:00 PM. Postmarks do not count in Oregon.

All registered voters should have received their ballots. Registered voters in Multnomah County who have not received ballots or need assistance should call Multnomah County Elections at 503-988-3720 or visit the Elections office at 1040 SE Morrison St., Portland 97214. Special extended office hours are listed below.

Multnomah County Elections office hours:

  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Wednesday, November 2

  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Thursday, November 3

  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Friday, November 4

  • 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Saturday, November 5

  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Monday, November 7

  • 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Tuesday, November 8 (Election Day)

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.

Voters can sign up to track their ballot. Text, email, or voice alerts tell voters when the County Elections office has mailed ballots. Alerts remind voters to return their ballot and say whether the ballot has been accepted or whether it requires further action by the voter. Multnomah County voters can sign up by visiting: multco.us/elections/track-your-ballot.

Voters who have not returned their ballot can drop them off in person at any of the official 24-hour drop sites located throughout the county before 8:00 PM on Tuesday, November 8. Voters can also drop off their ballot at any Multnomah County Library location during regular library hours, multcolib.org/hours-and-locations.

Listed below and online at multco.us/elections/multnomah-county-official-ballot-drop-sites are all the official 24-hour ballot drop sites and Multnomah County Library locations available until 8:00 PM Election Night, Tuesday, November 8.

Official 24-hour ballot drop sites:

  • A-Boy Supply: 7365 SW Barbur Blvd.

  • Goodwill Store: 3134 N Lombard St.

  • Gresham Library: 385 NW Miller Ave.

  • McDonald’s Restaurant: 2010 NE 39th Ave. (Box location: west side of Northeast 40th Ave. between Northeast Tillamook and Hancock streets)

  • Midland Library: 805 SE 122nd Ave.

  • Multnomah County Elections: 1040 SE Morrison St. (Box locations: east side of Southeast 11th between Southeast Morrison and Belmont and north side of Southeast Belmont between Southeast 10th and 11th)

  • Pioneer Courthouse Square: 700 block of SW Broadway (next to Starbucks and across from Nordstrom)

  • Regal Cinemas Movie Theater / M & M Car Wash: Southeast Division St. & 165th Ave., Portland – drop box located in Regal Cinemas parking lot behind M & M Car Wash

Multnomah County Library locations:

  • Albina: 3605 NE 15th Ave.

  • Belmont: 1038 SE 39th Ave.

  • Capitol Hill: 10723 SW Capitol Highway

  • Central: 801 SW 10th Ave.

  • Fairview-Columbia: 1520 NE Village St., Fairview

  • Gregory Heights: 7921 NE Sandy Blvd.

  • Gresham: 385 NW Miller Ave., Gresham

  • Hillsdale: 1525 SW Sunset Blvd.

  • Holgate: 7905 SE Holgate Blvd.

  • Hollywood: 4040 NE Tillamook St.

  • Kenton: 8226 N Denver Ave.

  • Midland: 805 SE 122nd Ave.

  • North Portland: 512 N Killingsworth St.

  • Northwest: 2300 NW Thurman St.

  • Rockwood: 17917 SE Stark St.

  • Sellwood-Moreland: 7860 SE 13th Ave.

  • St. Johns: 7510 N. Charleston Ave.

  • Troutdale: 2451 SW Cherry Park Rd., Troutdale

  • Woodstock: 6008 S.E. 49th Ave.

Dog Ate Your Ballot?

Multnomah County Elections can help with extended open hours and a simple order ahead replacement ballot service.

Dog Ate My Ballot?! Video (1 min).

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Multnomah County Elections helps voters avoid long Election Day lines by offering convenient order ahead replacement ballot choices and extended office hours

In anticipation of record voter turnout this election, steps have been taken to reduce lines and make the voting process easier like offering extended office hours and services like convenient order ahead replacement ballot choices.

All registered voters should have received their ballots. Registered voters who have not received their ballots or need a replacement should contact the Elections office. The Order Ahead Replacement Ballot Service allows voters to go online to multco.us/elections/webform/order-ahead-replacement-ballot, request a replacement ballot and have it ready at “Will Call” at the Elections office at 1040 SE Morrison St., Portland 97214 when they arrive. Voters can also call Multnomah County Elections at 503-988-3720 or visit in person to get assistance or a replacement ballot.

Multnomah County Elections normal office hours are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday. Special extended office hours are listed below.

Multnomah County Elections extended office hours:

  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Wednesday, November 2

  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Thursday, November 3

  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Friday, November 4

  • 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Saturday, November 5

  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Monday, November 7

  • 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Tuesday, November 8 (Election Day)

Voters can sign up to track their ballot. Text, email, or voice alerts tell voters when the County Elections office has mailed ballots. Alerts remind voters to return their ballot and say whether the ballot has been accepted or whether it requires further action by the voter. Multnomah County voters can sign up by visiting: multco.us/elections/track-your-ballot.

Voters who have not yet returned their ballot can drop it off in person at any of the official 24-hour drop sites located throughout the county before 8:00 PM on Tuesday, November 8, multco.us/elections/multnomah-county-official-ballot-drop-sites. Voters can also drop off their ballot at any Multnomah County Library location during regular library hours, multcolib.org/hours-and-locations.

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.

This release can be viewed in Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese and Chinese and here. Please share this information.

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.

Ballots are Now in the Mail!

Multnomah County Elections announces that the U.S. Postal Service has begun mailing ballots today, Wednesday, October 19, for the November 8 General Election.

In a year of record-breaking voter registration Multnomah County has topped more than a half million registered voters. Each of these more than 500,000 eligible voters will receive a ballot. The U.S. Postal Service has begun mailing those ballots today, Wednesday, October 19, for the November 8 General Election. Multnomah County voters who do not receive a ballot by Thursday, October 27 should call the county elections office at 503-988-3720.

Voters can sign up to track their ballot. Text, email, or voice alerts tell voters when the County Elections office has mailed ballots. Alerts remind voters to return their ballot and say whether the ballot has been accepted or whether it requires further action by the voter. Multnomah County voters can sign up by visiting: multco.us/elections/track-your-ballot.

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 online to multco.us/elections/multnomah-county-official-ballot-drop-sites.

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

Click the listed links to view this release in English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.

Register to Vote by October 18th!

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Multnomah County Elections reminds voters that Tuesday, October 18 is the voter registration deadline for the November 8 election.

Oregon voters can register to vote online at www.oregonvotes.gov. 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 Tuesday October 18.

Voters can register to vote on paper with an Oregon Voter Registration Card. Registration cards can be found at the Multnomah County Elections Office, Oregon DMV, post office or public library. The deadline for mailing the Oregon Voter Registration Card is a USPS postmark of October 18.

Voters can also register to vote at the Multnomah County Elections Office at 1040 SE Morrison Street, Portland OR 97214. The Multnomah County Elections Office will be open until 7:00 PM on Tuesday, October 18 and can accept voter registrations from any Oregon resident. Other county elections offices should be contacted directly for operating hours.

Registered voters who have moved need to update their voter registration information online at www.oregonvotes.gov or by filling out a new Oregon Voter Registration Card. Voters can check their registration status online at www.oregonvotes.gov.

Ballots for the November 8 election will be mailed to voters beginning on October 19. Multnomah County voters who have questions should call Multnomah County Elections at 503-988-3720.

This release may also be viewed here. Click the listed links to view this release in  Chinese, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.