State Voters' Pamphlet
Board of County Commissioners, Position 2
Board of County Commissioners, Position 5
Did not file a Voters' Pamphlet Statement
The positions of Metro President, Auditor, and Council Zones 1 & 2 file with Multnomah County. To find information on these filings for candidate, follow this link to Multnomah County Elections.
Clackamas County Voters' Pamphlet filings for Metro positions
Precinct Committee Person Filings
Democratic Party - As of 3/11/2014
Republican Party - As of 3/11/2014 (Precincts 283 & 321 shown in red are contested races)
- City of Oregon City Measure 3-435 Library general obligation bond
- City of Canby Measure 3-436 Advising Canby Urban Renewal Agency on building a civic center
- City of Oregon City Measure 3-437 To approve annexation of 0.46 acres into Oregon City
- City of Milwaukie Measure 3-439 Authorizes general obligation bonds to refinance light rail construction debt
- City of Milwaukie Measure 3-440 Charter amendment to clarify City Manager residency requirement
- City of Damascus Measure 3-441 Initiated Comprehensive Plan Ordinance
- Molalla Rural Fire Protection District Measure 3-442 Local option levy
- Molalla Rural Fire Protection District Measure 3-443 General obligation bond
- City of Damascus Measure 3-444 Mayor's Group Comprehensive Plan Ordinance
- City of Damascus Measure 3-445 Council President's Group Comprehensive Plan Ordinance
- City of Portland Measure 26-156 Creates a Water and Sewer District
- Aurora Rural Fire Protection District Measure 24-367 General Obligation Bond
- Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Measure 34-211 Local Option Levy
For copies of measure arguments contact Clackamas County Elections
Important Election Dates (County Candidates):
Sept 12 - first day to file as candidate for May 2014 Primary.
February 1 - first day to file for PCP
March 11 - last day to file as candidate for May 2014 Primary, includes PCP's.
March 13 - last day to file Voters' Pamphlet statement.
March 19 - Voters' Pamphlet materials become public.
March 24 - last day to file measure arguments.
March 28 - measure arguments become public.
April 4 - Military/Overseas ballots mailed.
April 21 - Out-of-state ballots mailed.
April 23-25 Voters' Pamphlet arrives.
May 1-5 - Local ballots arrive.
May 1 - Dropsites open
May 20 – ELECTION DAY. Ballots must be returned by 8:00 p.m. First results published 8 p.m.
* Dates for state/city candidates may differ - contact your filing officer.