VOTING IN OREGON

Everything you need to know about voting in Oregon can be found on the Secretary of State's website. Click here

Answers to specific voting questions may be found at the links below.

But first, here's a short video about why your vote is important.

Now, to your questions about voting.

If you want to register to vote, click here.

If you want to

  • check if you are registered to vote

  • view your voter registration information

  • update your voter registration

  • check the status of your ballot

  • find contact information for your county elections office

  • find contact information for your elected officials

  • find a ballot drop site

  • Click here.

If you need to know about voting while overseas or in the military, click here.

If you are a student and need to know about registering and voting while attending school, click here.

If you have a disability and need assistance voting, check out  information

included here.

Or call your county elections office. In Douglas County the phone number is 541-440-4325

If you are homeless and would like to vote, there are instructions on what to do. Click here.

Voters who are concerned about personal safety can keep their voter registration information confidential. To find out how, click here.

To find official drop box locations in Douglas County, click here.

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Womaning the voter registration table in Canyonville