FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 18, 2022
Contact: Jaime Mathis, firstname.lastname@example.org 503-708-3249
West Linn, OR.–Today, October 18 is the last day to register to vote in the November 8 General Election. This election will determine which candidates will represent Clackamas County voters from their Congressperson down to local officials like the County Clerk.
Registering to vote or checking your information can be done online in a short amount of time by visiting the Oregon Secretary of State website: oregonvotes.gov. Voters already registered can update their voter registration up until 8 pm on Election Day if needed, but the deadline for new voter registrations in Oregon is today, October 18.
You should have received your voters’ pamphlets (both State and County) by now and if you do not, you can obtain them by either stopping by the County Clerk’s office at 1710 Red Soils Court, Suite 100 Oregon City, OR 97045 or calling 503-655-8510 and requesting them via mail.
Catherine McMullen, candidate for Clackamas County Clerk, elections official, and Clackamas County resident has won awards for voter outreach and education. She had the following comment, “Registering to vote is one of the most powerful ways you can shape your local government. Make sure that you vote across your entire ballot because it is often the races on the back and end of the ballot that have the biggest impact on voters’ daily lives.”
Catherine McMullen is a proud union member and public servant. She got her start in public service as a librarian almost 20 years ago and made the move from books to ballots in 2015. The November 8 General Election is the 16th election she’s conducted to date. You can find out more about Catherine’s experience, qualifications, and campaign at: ClackamasVoice.org