How To Vote In Oregon 2020

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hey Oregon if you wanna vote first you

have to make sure you registered you can

check if you're already registered using

the link in the description but if you

still need to register or if you've

moves it's the last time you vote it and

need to update your registration there's

a few ways you can do it if you have a

valid Oregon driver's license there's a

link in the description where you can go

register online right now but maybe you

don't have one like if you don't drive

or you're a student from another state

you'll start with the same online form

but at the end of it you need to print

out the form sign it and mail it in

either way you need to register by

october 13th to vote in the November

general election then once you're

registered you get to vote or again

makes it really easy for you everyone in

the entire state votes by mail as long

as you're registered by October 13th

about it will get mailed to your home

address two to three weeks before the

election there's nothing special you

have to do to request it it just shows

up if you know you're gonna be out of

town for those few weeks before the

election you can fill out the absentee

form in the description and get your

ballot forwarded to another address

there's no specific deadline to request

your ballots before wordid but try to do

it at least a month before Election Day

so your requests can be processed before

the ballas get mail you can fill out

your ballot at your own pace at home

take time to research the candidates or

other ballot measures if you want to and

then mail your ballot back with enough

time forward to arrive at your County

elections office by 8 p.m. on November

3rd if you don't want to mail it or it's

Election Day and you still haven't sent

your ballot in you should turn in your

ballot at an official drop box there's a

link to a Dropbox locator in the

description below and that's it that's

all you have to do to vote still if

you're gonna vote it doesn't hurt to

open up your Notes app or grab a pen and

paper and make a plan write down when

and how you're gonna register where your

balinese to be mailed whether you're

gonna mail it or drop it in a drop box

even when you're gonna stop by the post

office and get those stamps you need

having a plan is a great way to make

sure that nothing unexpected stops you

from voting one of the member third

there will be links for everything you

need to make sure you registered change

your mailing address for your ballot or

find your drop box location thanks for


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