Voters who do not update their registration records before the deadline are at risk of being ineligible to vote in this election.
An unaffiliated voter who selects a ballot preference in advance of a primary election will remain unaffiliated. By end of day Monday, 95,276 Multnomah voters had returned their ballots, compared to 84,801 in 2014. We won't belabor those, but you should vote today. Sara Gelser and incumbent District 15 Rep. Dan Rayfield are running unopposed in the Democratic primary.
There will also be an important issue for fire safety on the back of each ballot so be sure to turn your ballot over and vote on that.
OR voters appear on track to show their lowest turnout in a primary election in at least 16 years, ballot statistics indicate.
You need to bring a photo ID (such as an Idaho driver's license or a passport) to vote, or be willing to sign a personal identification affidavit.
For more information, call the election board at 255-8782.
If you haven't yet returned your ballot, you have until 8 o'clock tonight to do so, but don't try to mail it - postmarks don't count.
"This is average", she said.
Secretary of State John Gale had predicted a statewide turnout of 28 percent of registered voters. A fifth, Orangefield ISD, schedules its elections every other November with none in this budget year.
Seven local governments held elections in early May and five of them saw fewer than 10 percent of voters show up.
Nebraska has just fewer than 1.2 million registered voters, so he predicted turnout of about 336,000. Follow along with daytime election turnout here.
So, Castrillo said, the registered voter rolls this year are more accurate than in recent years. "I don't know if that plays a factor, but there's more money spent for advertising on those [county races]". Only Bridge City ISD's budget was not received.
Or, if you're feeling a twinge of nostalgia for the old polling place days before OR made all elections vote-by-mail, you can cast your ballot in person in the Benton County Election Office, located in the basement of the county courthouse at 120 NW Fourth St.in downtown Corvallis.