In Oregon elections are overseen by the Oregon Secretary of State.
CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS:
REGISTERING TO VOTE IN:
Voters must register by 21st day before an election.
ID is required to register, but not to vote.
For first-time registrants must provide either: Their current driver’s number, the last 4 digits of their social, or an assigned unique number.
For registrants who haven’t provided the above with their registrations, they may show a current photo ID, or a copy of a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or government document at a County Elections Office or by mail.
Closed Primaries, meaning voters must vote in the primary of the party with which they are registered. Unaffiliated voters cannot vote in the primaries.
WAYS TO VOTE:
By Mail (All of Oregon votes by mail. Voters receive their ballots approximately two weeks before the election and can either return them by mail or to drop-off locations throughout the state. All ballots must be recieved by 8:00pm on Election Day.)
KNOW BEFORE YOU vote:
ID is required to register, but not to vote. See above and check out VoteRiders.org for more information.
Oregon Voter Hotline: 866-673-8683