Voters’ Guides General Election 2020

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. 

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RECEIVE YOUR BALLOT

Ballots were mailed beginning Oct. 14. If you haven’t received your ballot by now contact your local election official as soon as possible to let them know.

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GO TO VOTE411.ORG

Check out VOTE411.org to learn more about what’s on your ballot. Be an informed voter.

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MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE BY NOV. 3

It’s too late to mail in your ballot! Find your dropboxes at oregonvotes.gov and submit your ballot by 8 p.m. on Nov. 3. Make a plan to vote.

Oregon Election Resources

Personalized ballots at VOTE411.org, candidate interview podcasts, mobile-friendly Voters’ Guides;
find what you need here.

VOTE411 in Oregon

VOTE411 is a one-stop election resource! Find the candidates and measures you’ll see on your personal ballot in the upcoming November election.

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Mobile-Friendly Statewide Voters’ Guide 

Our statewide Voters’ Guide is now available in a mobile-friendly format.

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Audio Voters’ Guide

This podcast-style Voters’ Guide is a great way to learn about your candidates on the go.

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Statewide Spanish Voters’ Guide 

Our statewide Voters’ Guide is available in Spanish. Read online or print the PDF guide. 

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Video Voters’ Guides 

Local Leagues are recording candidate interviews via Zoom and other platforms now. Watch this space for updates as videos are added.

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Large Print Voters’ Guide 

Our statewide Voters’ Guide is available in large print English format. Download and print this PDF! You can also find our standard English Voters’ Guide in PDF format here

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