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Oregon Voters - Too Late To Mail Ballots

Hey Oregon Voters,

The time has come and passed. If you mail your ballot in now - it won't make it by the deadline.

Instead drop them off by hand, at a ballot drop site:

Multnomah County

Washington County

Clackamas County

Links to all the other county elections offices

As of today, we have about 48% of Oregon registered voters have returned their ballots. Obviously that does not include any that are currently working their way through the mail. And we have 4 full days left to drop off ballots by hand.

Please vote, and Please drop your ballot off by hand, DO NOT MAIL IT! I repeat, today was the last day it could be mailed. Starting now they have to be dropped off by hand.


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