Tomorrow is the big day, Oregon.
November 3 is election day for the 2020 US presidential election, and vote ballots for registered citizens of Oregon will have to be in a ballot dropbox or at your County Clerk’s office by 8 PT in order to count.
Oregon’s Secretary of State Bev Clarno wrote on Twitter that “if you are in line at 8 p.m. on election night to turn in your ballot, you have the right to vote and cast your ballot.”
We are encouraging voters to vote early, but if you are in line at 8 p.m. on election night to turn in your ballot, you have the right to vote and cast your ballot.
— Secretary of State Bev Clarno (@OregonSOS) November 1, 2020
For assistance in finding your closest voting ballot dropbox, you can use the tools provided to you by the state. Head to the Oregon dropbox locator tool to find out where you need to go.
According to the official Oregon State ballot return report, as of November 2, nearly 70% of registered voters in the state have already voted using mail-in services or dropbox locations. More than 1,900,000 ballots have been cast ahead of tomorrow’s cut-off.
Oregonians that have already voted by mail prior to the cutoff date of October 27 can use this ballot tracking tool to keep tabs on where your vote ballot is heading.