FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 4, 2022
Contact: Jaime Mathis, firstname.lastname@example.org 503-708-3249
West Linn, OR.– Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Voters are encouraged to vote this weekend and drop off their ballots either in a blue USPS postbox or at an Official Ballot Drop Box. It is especially important that voters mark and consider races across their entire ballot as offices for Clackamas County Clerk and commissioners, city Mayor and councilors are up for voters to decide.
Clackamas County resident, experienced elections official, and candidate for County Clerk, Catherine McMullen issued the following statement,
“Some of the elected offices that make the biggest impact on voters’ daily lives will be found further down your ballot. Many voters forget to vote across the whole ballot or don’t feel as prepared to vote for local races, but these races determine who gets to decide Clackamas County taxes, housing policy, provide marriage services, and conduct elections, to name just a few points of impact these offices make on voters and our communities.
I urge you to make an informed choice for County Clerk so that we can have the timely, transparent, and trusted elections all Clackamas County citizens deserve.”
You can find a list of Official Ballot Drop Sites in Clackamas County here. To find out more about Catherine McMullen’s campaign for County Clerk, visit ClackamasVoice.org