FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
July 28, 2022
Contact: Jaime Mathis firstname.lastname@example.org 503-708-3249
The Voter Registration Deadline is August 2, 2022 for the August 23 Special Election. Voters who live in the city of Oregon City will have a special election for Mayor due to the recent resignation of former Mayor Rachel Lyles-Smith. The winner will finish out the end of Lyles-Smith’s term through the end of the year. In addition, voters who live in the Oak Lodge Water Services Authority District will be voting for five at large members to the board. Ballots to eligible voters will be mailed out beginning August 3.
The next election for all other Clackamas County Voters will be the November 8 General Election to elect city, county, state, and federal offices.
You can make sure you are ready to vote in the August 23 Special Election by updating your information or registering to vote today. You can check your registration online at oregonvotes.gov/myvote and check that your name, mailing address, and residence address are correct. If you have moved since you last voted make sure that you check that your address is correct.
Any changes you need to make can be done online at oregonvotes.gov/register or by visiting your Clackamas County elections office before 5PM on August 2 at 1710 Red Soils Ct. in Oregon City. You can also mail a Oregon Voter Registration form but it must be postmarked on or before August 2 for any new voter registrations.
Catherine McMullen, candidate for Clackamas County Clerk and certified elections administrator has prioritized voter education and outreach in the 15 elections she has run. “I will be an elections clerk that provides access to our democracy by ensuring that all citizens who are eligible to vote, know exactly how and where to exercise their rights and that the infrastructure is there to support well-run and timely elections.”
The current clerk has been the subject of intense scrutiny for her recent mismanagement of the May Primary Election in Clackamas County which resulted in over 6000 extra hours of labor and almost $600K in additional costs to taxpayers to address her mishandling of ballot barcodes being blurred and unreadable.
You can learn more about Catherine McMullen’s campaign at: ClackamasVoice.org
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