According to the Multnomah County Elections office, almost 60,000 ballots have already been received during early voting for the 2020 US Presidential Election.
Oregon has been a proprietor in mail-in voting for years, and this year has been no exception.
Sharing their collected data so far, Multnomah County Elections has received 31,005 ballots via ballot drop-off sites, with an additional 28,978 votes through mail-in service handled by the US Postal Service.
Thanks @multco for voting! As of 10/18 we have received 31,005 ballots via an #OfficialBallotDropSite & 28,978 ballots via @USPS mail. Both are secure & safe. Return by mail by 10/27 – no stamp needed! or #OfficialBallotDropSite by 8PM 11/3 https://t.co/PUGveRWhq7 #OregonVotes pic.twitter.com/q2Wud6IA3j
— Multnomah County Elections (@MultCoElections) October 19, 2020
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The deadline to return your filled ballot for the 2020 US Election is October 27, 2020, while the deadline for the dropbox ballots is November 3, 2020.
Go to the Oregon Vote page for all the details on voting in the state in the next two weeks.