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oregon electionsAny United States citizen who is 18 years of age and a resident of Oregon is eligible to register to vote. You must register at least 20 days prior to an election in order to vote. You can get voter registration cards at numerous locations including U.S. Post Offices, at most city or county clerk's offices, and at many bank branches.

multnomah county clerkYou can register to vote at your county clerk or county elections office, at designated DMV offices, at the Oregon Secretary of State Office, 141 State Capitol, Salem, and at designated voter registration agencies.

For questions about voter registration, ballot delivery and return, marking the ballot, requesting a replacement ballot, absentee ballots, signature requirements, the voters" pamphlet, when and where to vote, and other questions about elections and voting, call the toll-free voter information line at 1-866-ORE-VOTE (1-866-673-8683).

Voter information line representatives can provide services in both English and Spanish. TTY services for the hearing impaired are also available at 1-800-735-2900.

 
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503-224-8200
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503-595-8881
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Libertarian Party of Oregon
503-383-1526
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503-548-2797
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541-684-3927
Working Families Party of Oregon
503-841-7161
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