We administer and conduct all Federal, State, County, City and Special District elections in Clackamas County
Our office advises voters, candidates, political parties, cities, special districts, and others about administrative rules and statutes applicable to election laws. We oversee election filing, forms, and voter registration. The office also prepares ballots and voters' pamphlets, receives and processes returned ballots, and completes election result tallies. We are a division of the Office of the County Clerk of Clackamas County. The County Clerk is Sherry Hall.
Voters can confirm their ballot has been received and accepted by visiting www.oregonvotes.gov/myvote. The site refreshes daily, so it could take up to 48 hours to display the accurate information.78576
Voting early allows extra time for your ballot to be received by county election staff. It allows time to confirm your ballot has been received prior to the election and allows more results to be included in the Election Night tallies.78576
Oregon has been voting by mail exclusively since voters approved Measure 60 in 1998 by the overwhelming margin of 69.4% to 30.6%. However, local elections have been conducted by mail in Oregon since Linn County Clerk Del Riley first pioneered the process in 1981 and it was made permanent state-wide for local elections in 1987. Learn more here.78576