Voters’ Guides for the May 21, 2024 Primary Election

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Providing nonpartisan information to voters

The most recent Oregon statewide primary election was on May 21, 2024.

For this primary election, every registered Multnomah County voter received a ballot and could vote for ballot measures and for nonpartisan candidates running in their districts. Voters who are registered as either Democrats or Republicans could vote in the partisan primary of their party for US President, US Representative for their district, and Oregon State offices.

The Portland Mayor, Auditor, and City Council will be elected in November 2024, using ranked choice voting.

To learn about the candidates and measures for this election and to find further guidance to help inform your decisions, click the right-pointing arrow ( ) to expand a section.



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Mail your completed ballot or drop it off!

REMEMBER THAT WE VOTE BY MAIL. THE POSTAGE IS FREE. You don’t need a stamp, but your ballot must be postmarked before or on Election Day. Instead of mailing your ballot, you may drop it off at official ballot dropsite by 8 PM Election Day.