Return your ballot TODAY for the November 2 Special Election

Voted Ballots due back by 8 PM Election Day, November 2 in order to count!

Dear Clackamas County Voters – Many communities, but not all have at least one measure to decide on for the November 2, 2021 Special Election. If you live in the cities of Canby, Estacada, Gladstone, Lake Oswego, Oregon City, or West Linn, if you are in the Lake Oswego School District, or in the Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue District you should have received a ballot for this election. You can learn more about what is on your November 2, 2021 Special Election ballot.

I Voted My Voice Matters

All ballots need to be returned to the County Clerk – Elections Office by 8 PM on November 2, 2021.  If you want to mail your ballot back (no postage needed) you should get it in the mail by tomorrow, October 26 to ensure it gets there on time.  After that you can return your ballot to any Official Ballot Drop Box in the state before the 8 PM deadline on Election Night. Here is the list of Official Ballot Drop Sites in Clackamas County. You can also use the Secretary of State’s Oregon Drop Box Locator Tool to find the nearest open Official Ballot Drop Site to where you are registered to vote. Wide participation in local elections improves local decision-making. Thank you for voting!  

Catherine McMullen, voter-focused elections administrator and candidate for County Clerk wants you to be involved, be informed, and have the resources you need to vote in this and every election.  Local elections count! Catherine McMullen will be on the ballot in May 2022 for this critical public service position in our county. With your support and encouragement she can also WIN in May 2022 and begin to enact change as your next County Clerk. Visit to learn more about Catherine, her qualifications and values, and her campaign. 

Qi Richmond, Catherine McMullen, and Susy Kristin stand in front of the Clackamas Voice booth outside.

The Catherine McMullen for Clackamas County Clerk campaign attended the CSN Social Services Drive-thru Fair at Breakside Brewery in Milwaukie on October 2. Catherine and volunteers ,Qi and Susy talked to voters in more than 100 cars, providing information about voter registration and the November 2 Special Election to residents in English, Spanish, and Chinese. Interested in having a Clackamas Voice team at your community event? Email for more information.

Get involved! Make a contribution, sign up to volunteer, or endorse Catherine McMullen today to be the next Clackamas County Clerk!

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Voter-focused elections administrator and candidate for Clackamas County Clerk