We reached at least 60,000 Metro area voters for the November 2018 election. Click here to see how we did it.
There were many important issues on your November 2018 Election ballot, such as:
- affordable housing
- clean energy
- money in politics
- how we treat immigrants
- and electing leaders for our national, state and local governments
Click here to see the results for this 2018 election.
Click on the links below (or in our Prepare to Vote post) for nonpartisan information about the 2018 General Election.
- Vote411.org (online voters’ guide personalized for your ballot)
- Printed 2018 General Election Multnomah County Voters’ Guide and Oregon Voters’ Guide, with pdf versions viewable on this website.
- Video Voters’ Guide (recordings of candidate interviews)
- Voter Forums and Debates (recordings of the events)
Mail your ballot by November 1. Or put it in the ballot box at your local public library or another official drop-box site by no later than 8 PM on November 6.
The League of Women Voters is nonpartisan, because we never support nor oppose any political candidate or party. We work hard to keep our voter services neutral, by being fair to all candidates and to both sides on each ballot measure.
However, in addition to our neutral voter service information, our Advocate page has a link to our recommendations on the ballot measures. It explains why we support or oppose each one. We make recommendations about ballot measures based on a careful study of what will happen if the measure passes.