Voting & Elections

Voting & Elections

Information for Displaced Voters in Oregon

Have you been displaced by the numerous wildfires around the state?

Information on how to obtain your ballot so that you can vote is available here at the Oregon Secretary of State's website.

Register to Vote

Are you registered to vote?  Do you want to change your party, your address, your name?

Voter registration forms are available at all county public libraries and at the county Courthouse in Coquille.  City Halls and post offices also carry voter registration forms.  A voter registration form can also be found online at the Oregon Secretary of State's website.

2020 Elections in Oregon

Especially during these extraordinary circumstances with restrictions on public gatherings and our public libraries only open some days, Oregon is most fortunate to have a mail-in ballot system.

Up-to-date 2020 Election information will be available here as our Virtual Debates and Interviews unfold.  Information on election results for the state as well as each county after the election in November will be available to view here.

LWVCC Shares Links to Candidate Interviews & Debates

During this time of social distancing and restrictions on public gatherings, the LWVCC will again employ different methods to provide impartial information to voters prior to the November general Election.  Instead of live public Candidate forums, the League will offer recorded interviews through Zoom, and video recorded debates (when possible) without an audience.

 

Vote 411 - Election Info You Need

When elections are held in Oregon there can be 57 races statewide, almost all of them can contain ballot measures, with a few races for candidates and several races for special district boards.  All counties have a link to the measure text on this website.  As always, there are many other resources available on Vote411: voter registration links, important dates, as well as where to find ballot drop boxes and more.

Oregon races can now be followed live on the newly redesigned vote411.org.   Or you can use the widget below to look up your ballot:

 

Voter information from the May 2020 primary can still be viewed here:   

   (Conducted after the Stay-at-Home orders from Gov. Brown mandated cancelling traditional Candidate Forums.)   

Primary Candidates for US House of Representatives, District 4 - interviews.

Primary Candidate for Oregon's House Representative, District  9 - interview.

Primary Candidates for Coos County Commissioners - debate for Position # 1.

 

 The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization with a mission to encourage the active and informed participation of citizens in government. The League never supports or opposes any candidate or political party and aims to provide impartial information to voters about candidates' view on issues, and to stimulate interest and participation in the election.

                                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conducted after the Stay-at-Home orders from Gov. Brown mandated cancelling traditional Candidate Forum.)

Primary Candidates for US House of Representatives, District 4 - interviews.                                             

 

Primary Candidate for Oregon's House Representative, District  9 - interview.  (only one candidate was available) 

Primary Candidates for Coos County Commissioners - debate for Position # 1.

 

 

 

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization with a mission to encourage the active and informed participation of citizens in government. The League never supports or opposes any candidate or political party and aims to provide impartial information to voters about candidates' view on issues, and to stimulate interest and participation in the election.