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May 17, 2016 Primary Election

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Important Election Dates

February 1 First day to declare candidacy for precinct committeeperson
March 8 Last day for candidates to file
10 Last day to file Voters' Pamphlet statement (Metro and county candidates only)
16 Voters' Pamphlet materials become public (Metro and county candidates only)
21 Last day to file measure arguments or candidate statements for City candidates
25 Measure arguments and candidate statements for City candidates become public
April 2 Military/Overseas ballots mailed
18 Out-of-state ballots mailed
20–23 Voters' pamphlets will arrive in local households between Wednesday, April 20th and Saturday, April 23rd.
27 Dropsites open
28–30 Ballots will be received in local households between Thursday, April 28th and Saturday, April 30th.
May 14 The Clackamas County Elections Office will be open to the public Saturday, May 14, 2016 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
17 ELECTION DAY. Ballots must be returned by 8 p.m. First results published 8 p.m.
31 Last day for voters to resolve missing or mismatched ballot envelope signatures
June 6 Deadline for County to certify election results and mail certificate of election to Precinct Committee Persons
16 Deadline for county to deliver certificate of nomination or election to individuals, nominated or elected to county office

Voters' Pamphlet

Candidates

Below is a list of positions for which Clackamas County is the filing officer. The opportunity to file for these positions begins Sept. 10, 2015.

Candidate Filing Packet

Precinct Committee Person Filings, Elections, etc.

Board of County Commissioners
Position 1 (Chair)
   John Ludlow
voter's
pamphlet
   Paul Savas
voter's
pamphlet
   Jim Bernard
voter's
pamphlet
   Dan Holladay
voter's
pamphlet
Position 3
   Steve Bates
voter's
pamphlet
   Martha Schrader
voter's
pamphlet
   Jenifer Valley
voter's
pamphlet
Position 4
   Ken Humberston
voter's
pamphlet
   Tootie Smith
voter's
pamphlet
   Bill King
voter's
pamphlet
County Assessor
   Bob Vroman
voter's
pamphlet
   Steven John Paden
voter's
pamphlet
Justice of the Peace (6 year term)
   Karen Brisbin
voter's
pamphlet
County Sheriff (if two or fewer candidates file for Sheriff the position will not appear on the May ballot but will go directly to the November ballot. State law requires the Sheriff to be elected in a General Election. ORS 249.088 and 249.091).
   Craig Roberts
voter's
pamphlet

The District Attorney is not listed because the State is the filing officer for district attorneys who are state employees.

Measures

Ballot Measure 93 to disincorporate the City of Damascus is a State measure and all questions should be directed to the State Elections Division, 503-986-1518. Any arguments supporting or opposing the measure will be filed with the State Elections Division rather than Clackamas County Elections.

Measure 3-472 City of Estacada Annexation

Measure 3-473 Molalla River School District

Measure 3-474 Oak Lodge Water District

Measure 3-475 Oak Lodge Sanitary District

Measure 3-476 Clackamas County Emergency Radio Bond

Measure 3-477 City of Milwaukie Library Bond

Measure 3-478 Clackamas County Road Maintenance Funding Advisory Vote

Measure 3-479 Oregon City Change in Status of Wesley Lynn Park Allowing Easement, Public Road

Measure 3-480 City of Sandy Gas Tax

Measure 26-170 Mt Hood Community College Bond

Measure 26-173 City of Portland Fuel Tax

Measure 26-175 Centennial School District Bond

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