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November 8, 2016 General Election

Important Election Dates

Note: City candidates file candidacy with individual cities and Soil and Water candidates file candidacy with the Department of Agriculture.

All Voter Pamphlet statements/arguments are filed with County Elections.

Sept. 1 Last day to file Voters' Pamphlet statement (Metro and county candidates only).
  8 Voters' Pamphlet materials become public (Metro and county candidates only).
  12 Last day to file measure arguments or candidate statements for City positions.
  16 Measure arguments and City candidates statements become public.
  24 Military/Overseas ballots mailed.
Oct. 10 Out-of-state ballots mailed.
  14-19 Voters' Pamphlet arrives. (approx)
  19 Dropsites open
  20-24 Local ballots arrive.
Nov. 8 ELECTION DAY. Ballots must be returned by 8 p.m. First results published 8 p.m.
  22 Last day for voters to resolve missing or mismatched ballot envelope signatures
  28 Deadline to certify election results

November 2016 Voters' Pamphlet

Candidates

Below is a list of positions for which Clackamas County is the filing officer.

Board of County Commissioners
Position 1 (Chair)
   John Ludlow
voters’
pamphlet
   Jim Bernard
voters’
pamphlet
Position 4
   Ken Humberston
voters’
pamphlet
   Tootie Smith
voters’
pamphlet
County Sheriff
   Craig Roberts
voters’
pamphlet

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

City Candidates

Below are links to lists of city candidates certified to Clackamas County Elections by the city recorders. Cities must have their list of candidates certified to the County Elections Office no later than Thursday, September 8, 2016 and lists will be added to this web page as they are received.

Barlow

Canby

Estacada

Gladstone

Happy Valley

Johnson City

Lake Oswego

Milwaukie

Molalla

Oregon City

Rivergrove

Sandy

West Linn

Wilsonville


Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District Candidates

Measures

Measure 3-481
City of Gladstone, Prohibits Certain Marijuana Licensees
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-482
City of Canby, Levy Renewal for Swim Center
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-483
City of Canby, Removes Citywide Ban on Marijuana Businesses
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-484
City of Canby, Imposes Tax on Marijuana Sales
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-485
City of Wilsonville, Bonds for Recreation and Aquatic Center
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-486
City of Wilsonville, Prohibits Certain Marijuana Facilities
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-487
North Clackamas SD #12, Bonds to Improve Schools
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-488
City of Molalla, Authorizing Tax on Recreational Sale of Marijuana Items
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-489
City of Lake Oswego, Charter Amendment Relating to Notices of City Elections
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-490
City of Lake Oswego, Prohibits Certain Marijuana Production and Sales Facilities
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-491
City of Lake Oswego, Advisory Vote on Municipal Broadband Network
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 26-178
Metro, Renews Local Option Levy; Protects Natural Areas, Water Quality, Fish
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 34-247
City of Tualatin, Charter Amendment Term Limits for Member of City Council
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-492
City of Gladstone, Authorizing Tax on Recreational Retail Sales of Marijuana Items
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-493
Boring Fire District, Authorizes Dissolution of Boring Rural Fire Protection District #59
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-494
Clackamas Fire District, Annexation of Boring RFPD #59 boundaries into Clackamas Fire District #1
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-495
City of Milwaukie, Imposes City Tax on Marijuana Retailer's Sale of Marijuana Items
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-496
City of Happy Valley, Authorizing Tax on Recreational Retail Sales of Marijuana Items
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-497
City of Oregon City, Oregon City Community Safety Facility General Obligation Bond Authorization
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-498
City of Oregon City, Changes Status of Wesley Lynn Park; Allows Easement
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-499
City of Sandy, Prohibits Certain Marijuana Registrants and Licenses in Sandy
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-500
City of Sandy, Authorizing Tax on Recreational Retail Sales of Marijuana Items
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-501
Estacada School District, Bonds for School Improvements
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-502
Renewal of Current County Sheriff Public Safety Local Option Levy
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-503
Boring Fire District Area Annexation into Clackamas Fire District
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-504
Molalla River School District Bonds for New Construction, Safety, Repairs, Renovation and Increased Enrollment
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-505
City of Gladstone, Charter Amendment Requiring Approval for Park Sale or Lease
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-506
City of Gladstone, Charter Amendment Requiring Voter Approval to Change Designation of Parks
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-507
City of Oregon City, Imposes City Tax on Sale of Recreational Marijuana
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-508
City of Oregon City, Prohibits Certain Marijuana Registrants and Licenses
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-509
Clackamas County, Temporary 6-Cent Per Gallon Vehicle Fuel Tax
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-510
Clackamas County, Ordinance Imposing 3% County Tax on Retail Sales of Marijuana
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-511
City of Gladstone Home Rule Charter
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-512
City of Gladstone, Charter Amendment - Length of Mayoral Term
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-513
City of West Linn, Prohibits Certain Marijuana Registrants, Licensees, and Businesses in West Linn
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 3-514
City of Oregon City, Amends Charter to Limit Urban Renewal Activity
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 26-179
City of Portland, Bonds to Fund Affordable Housing
voters’
pamphlet
Measure 34-248
Tigard-Tualatin School District, Bonds to Modernize Schools, Improve Safety and Technology; Reduce Overcrowding
voters’
pamphlet

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