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A major part of the mission of the League of Women Voters is helping citizens get good accurate information about voting issues.

Click below for information on:

The November 5, 2019 Special Election with local ballot measures on drinking water protection, mutual aid agreements, bond measures and levies to fund public services.

VOTE411.ORG: You can learn about all the candidates and measures on your ballot with our online Voters’ Guide, Vote411.org.  It has everything that’s in our printed voters’ guides, including candidates’ answers to questions and ballot measures explanations. There are also links to videos of forums and to talks with candidates.

If you need help with this website, click  Vote411 Instructions.

LWV Voters’ Guides  are published and/or online before every Portland, Multnomah County and Oregon election. You can find copies at Multnomah County libraries, the Multnomah County Elections office, New Seasons Markets and many other places.

Click here to read the PDFs of the ballot measure reports for the November 5, 2019 Special Election.

LWVPDX Election Forums on ballot measures and candidates:

UP NEXT: Watch the video of the informational program on the November 2019 ballot measures here a few days after the October 21 event.

 

 

How to submit your ballot with Vote-by-Mail

Registering to vote in Oregon

For Primary and General Elections, we offer a Video Voters’ Guide, which has videos of interviews with many of the candidates. 

Political Parties in Oregon