We’re less than two months away from the 2020 US Presidential Election, and today we celebrate National Voter Registration Day to help motivate Oregonians to register for the big event this November.
Regardless of which side you align with, or who you plan on voting for, you must be a registered voter in order to do so. With National Voter Registration Day, brands and offices around the country are asking folks to sign up.
🎉Today is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay! #MakeAPlanToVOTE by registering to vote at https://t.co/Vwgdy0J5IC. Already registered? Check your voter registration info https://t.co/D67rnUWyvE. @MultCoElections voters can also sign up to Track Your Ballot at: https://t.co/DAmHbL0YJt pic.twitter.com/Hs9UKfv3oS
— Multnomah County, OR (@multco) September 22, 2020
On #NationalVoterRegistrationDay, we can all agree on one thing: your vote is your voice, and every voice counts. Register or check your registration at https://t.co/K9M56skNrf pic.twitter.com/yUkZ1t4PEX
— Governor Kate Brown (@OregonGovBrown) September 22, 2020
Portland’s beloved sports franchises are also getting on board, issuing calls encouraging voters to hit registration websites to ensure that ballots are sent to the right address so an impact can be made.
I vote because…
— Portland Timbers (@TimbersFC) September 22, 2020
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Ballots are set to arrive in the mail at registered voter residences approximately two weeks before the election.
You can learn all you need to about absentee ballots, registration information, and the entire Oregon voting process on the Secretary of State website.