by NW Spotlight
KATU further notes “People can also take care of registration at their local county elections offices, and many are open until 5 p.m.” and that “Oregon has closed party elections, meaning if you want to vote for a particular president, candidate, governor or any other partisan office, you have to choose that political party. Unaffiliated voters cannot vote in Democratic or Republican primary races – only on issues or other non-partisan offices.”
As Oregon Catalyst reported previously, Oregon ballots drop tomorrow, April 27. That’s the day ballots will start being mailed to Oregon voters residing in Oregon – for the May 17th Primary.
The majority of the voting will take place in the 3 weeks between tomorrow and May 17th.
The Voters’ Pamphlet for the May 17, 2016 Oregon Primary Election is available online.