Please check to see if you have your ballot. All eligible voters should now have received ballots for the November 7, 2023 Special Election.
This is not a county-wide election. Only voters that reside in the cities of Gladstone, Molalla, or West Linn; the Aurora, Hoodland, or Riverdale fire districts, or the North Clackamas, Silver Falls, or West Linn-Wilsonville school districts should have received a ballot for this special election.
The City of West Linn, Councilor and City of Gladstone, Councilor, Position 4 contests are both to complete an unexpired 4 year term of office. The elected candidates for both the City of West Linn, Councilor and City of Gladstone, Councilor, Position 4 positions will serve the remainder of 4 year terms ending on December 31, 2024.
Eligible voters who have not yet received a ballot should contact Clackamas County Elections for a replacement. Voters can email email@example.com, call 503-655-8510, or visit the office at 1710 Red Soils Court in Oregon City. Voters can also request a replacement ballot using the online Replacement Ballot Request form at www.clackamas.us/elections/ballot-request for mail or office pick up.
In addition, you can sign up for Track Your Ballot, a new service that allows voters to follow their ballot from mailed to accepted. This is an opt-in service that will alert voters via text, phone, or email. Sign up to know when your ballot is mailed to you. After you vote and return your ballot, you'll be alerted when it has been accepted for counting. If you forget to sign your ballot envelope, or your signature does not match, we will notify you through the system, in addition to the required mailed letter. With Track Your Ballot you can take action that much sooner to ensure your vote can be counted. Your vote remains confidential. Sign up online at www.clackamas.us/elections/track-your-ballot.
Ballots must be mailed back with a valid postmark or returned to an official ballot drop box by 8 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 7, 2023. No postage is needed.
Clackamas County Elections will have 18 official ballot drop sites open so that voters who have an election can return their voted ballot to their nearby drop site. The Milwaukie City Hall has moved a few blocks north and the official ballot drop site has been moved with it to 10501 SE Main Street in Milwaukie. The Happy Valley Library is undergoing construction and the official ballot drop box will be available inside the library during open hours. The nearest 24-hour drive up official ballot site is located at the Happy Valley City Hall at 16000 SE Misty Drive in Happy Valley. Those marked with an asterisk have drive-up ballot drop access.
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Further information about the election can be found on the county's November 7, 2023 Special Election webpage at www.clackamas.us/elections/nov-7-2023-special-election. The next county-wide election is the May 21, 2024 Primary Election.