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Track Your Ballot allows voters to follow their ballot from mailed to accepted

Knowing that your vote counts has never been easier. The Clackamas County Clerk’s Office is now offering Track Your Ballot, an opt-in service that empowers voters by notifying them when their ballots have been mailed, are received by the Elections office, and accepted as counted.

“Clackamas County voters can trust that their vote counts with the additional transparency, responsiveness, and security that Track Your Ballot adds to our election processes,” said County Clerk Catherine McMullen, “and if you forget to sign your ballot envelope, or your signature doesn’t match; we will notify you, and then you can take action that much sooner.”

Just visit www.clackamas.us/elections/track-your-ballot to sign up for this free service. You can sign up to receive alerts via text, phone or email. It’s simple, secure and will keep you up to date for every step of your ballot’s journey. Note that the system tracks the envelope, and not your vote, so your vote stays confidential. 

The next scheduled election is the Nov. 7, 2023 Special Election. Only the 175,000 voters who live in one of the cities, school districts, or fire districts with a scheduled measure or contest will receive a ballot for this special election. To register to vote for the Nov. 7, 2023 Special Election, you’ll need to visit the Secretary of State's website before Oct. 17. The next county-wide election will be the May 21, 2024 Primary Election.

If you have any questions, please call Clackamas County Elections at 503-655-8510 or email elections@clackamas.us.