Election Information for the Nov. 3 Election
Whether this is your first time voting or you are a pro, we have the election resources you need.
Alert: Read our Oregon Wildfires and Vote by Mail post to learn more about voting options for those affected by wildfires.
REGISTER TO VOTE
Check your registration status at oregonvotes.org. Register to vote or update your registration – all online! The registration deadline is Oct. 13.
GO TO VOTE411.ORG
Check out VOTE411.org to see what’s on your ballot. Enter your address and we do the rest.
MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE BY NOV. 3
Ballot postage is now paid in Oregon. Drop your ballot in the mail or find your ballot dropboxes at oregonvotes.org. Make a plan to vote!
Election Resources in Oregon
Personalized ballots at Vote411.org, candidate interview podcasts, mobile-friendly Voters’ Guides; find what you need here. Resources coming soon for the Nov. 3 general election!
Resources for 2020 Elections
Personalized Voting Information
• See What’s On Your Ballot
• Check Your Voter Registration
• Find Your Dropboxes
• Virtual Events In Your Area
• And much more at Vote411.org!
Candidates & Ballot Measures
2020 state races include:
• US Senate
• US House
• OR Attorney General
• OR Treasurer
• OR Secretary of State
• OR House
• OR Senate
Statewide ballot measure information will be available for the general election.
Civics Education & Mock Election
Our Civics Education and Mock Election resources are available online, year-round. Teachers are welcome to use all or part of these materials in their classroom. Learn more.
We’re also excited to expand additional training opportunities for teachers as part of the Harvard Civic Project. Several teachers from across Oregon participated in this program in 2019, bringing new methods and resources to their students for hands-on civics study.