Ballots Go Out in the Mail Today


Contact: Jaime Mathis, 503-708-3249

West Linn, OR.– Ballots for the November 8 General Election are being mailed to Clackamas County voters today. They should arrive within five business days and once voted can be returned to any Official Ballot Drop Box or simply placed in your mailbox to be collected by your mail carrier. 

Catherine McMullen, candidate for Clackamas County Clerk and certified elections administrator, encourages voters to check that their ballot has arrived, and once received create a plan to vote. “Creating that plan to vote, giving yourself time to ponder all of the issues and candidates and then vote across your whole ballot is a great practice. If you then turn in your ballot early, you will also have plenty of time to respond to any issues that might arise, like if you forget to sign your ballot return envelope or your signature does not match the signature on your voter registration record.”

Catherine McMullen stands next to the Official Ballot Drop Site at West Linn City Hall

If you have not received your ballot by October 26, you can request a replacement ballot at the Clackamas County Clerk’s office located at: 1710 Red Soils Court, Suite 100 Oregon City, OR 97045 or by calling 503-655-8510. Voted ballots must be postmarked and mailed or returned to an Official Ballot Drop Box by 8:00pm on Election Night, November 8.

You can learn more about Catherine’s election experience and campaign at:

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Published by clackamasvoice

Voter-focused elections administrator and candidate for Clackamas County Clerk