|GENERAL ELECTION 2016|
League of Women Voters volunteers gather these VOTEResources so your votes can be informed. We got this from ORESTAR and working with all 36 County Clerks and Municipal Elections Officials. Contact your local League for printed Voters’ Guides. Our print guides list less than 9% of the information posted here. If you see “Candidate did not respond by deadline” in our Voters’ Guide links below, more information may be available at Vote411.org or lwvor.org/VOTEResources.
Track Your Ballot!
These Oregon counties use BallotTrax for voters during this election. The BallotTrax system tracks your mail-in ballot and sends a you series of proactive alerts telling you where your ballot is in the election process, from printed to accepted! Counties not participating in the state-sponsored program refer you to the state MY VOTE page.
LWVOR regrets any errors in our printed Voters’ Guides. Online info is corrected as we find errors. We encourage you to return to this page for our most current voting information on all Oregon candidates and ballot measures.
OR 3rd CD US Senate candidates were asked 3 questions. Replies are in random alpha order from the OR SoS, ORS 254.155. Here is the correct information.
How will you try to reduce polarization in Congress so problems can be solved?
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OREGON PRIMARY REVIEW 2016
DAILY OREGON BALLOT RETURNS BY COUNTY
EASY COUNTY REFERENCE SHEET
Voting often drops off “down-ballot” for non-Presidential races, for lack of information. This fall, find all of your candidates and ballot measures! Look for your candidate’s name, the race (for example “Grant Co Commissioner Pos 2”) and by County name. For the primary, we presented:
- 662 Oregon Candidates.
- 35 different kinds of offices for our state, counties, cities, Special Districts- it is All in here!
- 71 Ballot Measures around Oregon.
- Find our 57 state-wide candidates in Oregon’s Voters’ Guides: OR English & Spanish,
Large Print, Audio (read by an Oregonian!) and Video, for selected state-wide races.
Go to our Portland League page to find local Voters’ Guides in English & Spanish.