Articles Tagged with Voting

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If you want to vote for a Presidential candidate in the Oregon Primary election on May 19, 2020, you must be registered by the April 28, 2020, deadline as a member of the same political party as your candidate of choice.

Visit your county Election Office, fill out an official Election Office voter registration form, or register online at the Oregon Secretary of State’s Election Office website.

NAVs (non-affiliated voters) cannot vote for a Party’s candidate. You must register with a Political arty in order to vote for that Party’s candidate in the Primary election.

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Visit the Oregon Secretary of State, Elections website or your county Elections office to register or update your registration online. Many libraries and government offices will have paper voter registration forms.

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OREGON’S FINAL PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY LIST RELEASED BY SECRETARY ATKINS

Voters have until April 26th to decide to participate in a major party primary.” [Link to Secretary of State’s media release.]

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It’s easy to register to vote in Oregon, online, in person, by mail.

Visit the Oregon Secretary of State Elections homepage or the Register to Vote page directly.

It’s also easy to update your contact information, e.g. address, name, etc.

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It is next to impossible to feel confident about voting for one judge over another, or even voting for one who is unopposed, unless you are active in the legal community in a way that puts you in regular contact with judges and the people who work with them.

Even if you are an avid news-hound, even if you have served on a jury, even if you know someone who appeared before a judge, even if you know someone who says, “Judge x has my vote,” you may not feel that love, that trust, that confidence that your vote was well cast.

But vote we must – or at least we must give it the old college try: