Oregon election results

Oregon election results DEFAULT

A note about reading results:

  • "Undervotes" are reported when a voter chose not to vote in a particular contest. Voters are not required to vote in every contest, their votes for other contests on their ballot are still counted.
  • "Overvotes" are reported when a voter marks more choices than allowed in a particular contest and their intent could not be determined (e.g. voting both "yes" and "no" to a ballot measure). An overvote results in the vote not being counted for that contest. Votes for other contests on the ballot are still counted.

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2021 Elections

May 18, 2021 Special District Election

 

March 9, 2021 City of Oregon City, Mayor

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2020 Elections

November 10, 2020 Recall Election (City of Oregon City)

November 3, 2020 General Election

August 11, 2020 Special Election

May 19, 2020 Primary Election

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2019 Elections

November 5, 2019 Special Election

September 17, 2019 Special Election

May 21, 2019 Special District Election

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2018 Elections

Nov. 6, 2018 General Election

May 15, 2018 Primary Election

March 13, 2018 Special Election

Jan. 23, 2018 Special Election

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2017 Elections

Nov. 7, 2017 Special Election

Sept. 19, 2017 Special Election

May 23, 2017 Gladstone Recall Election

May 16, 2017 Special District Election

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2016 Elections

November 8, 2016 General Election

May 17, 2016 Primary Election

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2015 Elections

November 3, 2015 Special Election

May 19, 2015 Special District Election

March 10, 2015 Special Election

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2014

November 4, 2014 General Election

September 16, 2014 Special Election

May 20, 2014 Primary Election

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2013 Elections

November 5, 2013 Special Election

September 17, 2013 Special Election

May 21, 2013 Special District Election

March 19, 2013 Recall Election

March 12, 2013 Special Election Results

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2012 Elections

November 6, 2012 General Election

September 18, 2012 Special Election

May 15, 2012 Primary Election

March 13, 2012 Special Election

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2011 Elections

December 6, 2011 Oregon City Recall Election

November 8, 2011 Special Election

May 17, 2011 Special Election

March 8, 2011 Special Election

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2010 Elections

November 2, 2010 General Election

September 21, 2010 Special Election

May 18, 2010 Primary Election

March 9, 2010 Special Election

January 26, 2010 Special Election

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2009 Elections

November 3, 2009 Special Election

September 15, 2009 Special Election

May 19, 2009 Special Election

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2008 Elections

November 4, 2008 General Election

May 20, 2008 Primary Election

March 11, 2008 Special Election

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2007 Elections

May 15, 2007 Special Election

March 16, 2007 Special Election

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2006 Elections

December 12, 2006 Hoodland Recall

November 7, 2006 General Election

September 19, 2006 Special Election

May 16, 2006 Primary Election

March 14, 2006 Special Election

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2005 Elections

November 8, 2005 Special Election

September 20, 2005 Special Election

May 17, 2005 Special Election Results

March 8, 2005 Special Election

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2004 Elections

November 2, 2004 General Election

September 21, 2004 Special Election

May 18, 2004 Primary Election

March 9, 2004 Special Election

February 3, 2004 Special Election

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2003 Elections

November 4, 2003 Special Election

September 16, 2003 Special Election

May 20, 2003 Special Election

March 11, 2003 Special Election

January 28, 2003 Special Election

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2002 Elections

November 21, 2002 Special Election

November 5, 2002 General Election

September 17, 2002 Special Election

May 21, 2002 Primary Election

March 12, 2002 Special Election

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2001 Elections

November 8, 2001 Special Election

September 18, 2001 Special Election

May 15, 2001 Special Election

March 13, 2001 Special Election

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2000 Elections

November 7, 2000 General Election

September 19, 2000 Special Election

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1999 Elections

November 2, 1999 Special Election

September 21, 1999 Special Election

May 18, 1999 Special Election

March 9, 1999 Special Election

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1998 Elections

November 3, 1998 General Election

September 15, 1998 Special Election

May 19, 1998 Primary Election

March 10, 1998 Special Election

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1997 Elections

November 4, 1997 Special Election

May 20, 1997 Special Election

March 11, 1997 Special Election

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1996 Elections

November 5, 1996 General Election

October 29, 1996 Recall Election

May 21, 1996 Primary Election

May 21, 1996 Primary Election

March 12, 1996 Special Election

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1995 Elections

November 7, 1995 Special Election

September 19, 1995 Special Election

October 28, 1995 Recall Election

May 16, 1995 Special Election

March 28, 1995 Special Election

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You'll find current and historical Election Results and other election history (Voters' Pamphlet, voter turnout and more) since 1993. To determine the specific date of the election, please review the Election Reference or Election Library below. For older records, please contact us. Many records not found on our website are available from County Archives.

  • Ballot Measures - cross reference of  ballot measures on the ballot by jurisdiction and year since 1988.
  • Elections Library - list of candidate positions and ballot measures by Election since 1992

Historical Turnout and Registration Statistics

A Brief History of Vote By Mail in Oregon


Election Results and Historical Information

2021

May 18, 2021 Special Election

2020

November 3, 2020 General Election
August 11, 2020 Special Election
May 19, 2020 Primary Election

2019

November 5, 2019 Special Election
May 21, 2019 Special Election

2018

November 6, 2018 General Election
May 15, 2018 Primary Election .
March 13, 2018 Special Election
January 23, 2018 Special Election

2017

November 7, 2017 Special Election
May 16, 2017 Special Election

2016

November 8, 2016 General Election
May 17, 2016 Primary Election

2015

November 3, 2015 Special Election
May 19, 2015 Special Election

2014

November 4, 2014 General Election
May 20, 2014 Primary Election

2013

November 5, 2013 Special Election
May 21, 2013 Special Election

2012

November 6, 2012 General Election
May 15, 2012 Primary Election
January 31, 2012 Special Election

2011

November 8, 2011 Special Election
May 17, 2011 Special Election

2010

November 2, 2010 General Election
May 18, 2010 Primary Election
January 26, 2010 Special Election

2009

May 19th, 2009 Special Election

2008

November 4, 2008 General Election
May 20, 2008 Primary Election

2007

November 6, 2007 Special Election
May 15, 2007 Special Election

2006

November 7, 2006 General Election
September 19 , 2006 Special Election
May 16, 2006 Primary Election

2005

November 8, 2005 Special Election
September 20, 2005 Special Election
May, 17 2005 Special Election
March 8, 2005 Special Election

2004

November 2, 2004 General Election
September 21, 2004 Special Election
June 29, 2004 Special Election
May 18 , 2004 Primary Election
February 3, 2004 Special Election

2003

November 4, 2003 Special Election
September 16 , 2003 Special Election
May 20, 2003 Special Election
March 11, 2003 Special Election
January 28, 2003 Special Election

2002

November 5, 2002 General Election
September 17, 2002 Special Election
May 21, 2002 Primary Election
March 12, 2002 Special Election

2001

November 6, 2001 Special Election
May 15, 2001 Special Election
March 13, 2001 Special Election

2000

November 7, 2000 General Election
May 16, 2000 Primary Election

1999

November 2, 1999 Special Election
May 18, 1999 Special Election
March 9, 1999 Special Election

1998

November 3, 1998 General Election
September 15, 1998 Special Election
May 19, 1998 Primary Election
March 10, 1998 Special Election

1997

November 4, 1997 Special Election
May 20, 1997 Special Election
March 18, 1997 Special Election

1996

November 5, 1996 General Election
September 17, 1996 Special Election
May 21, 1996 Primary Election
April 2, 1996 Special Primary Election
March 12, 1996 Presidential Primary Election
January 30, 1996 Special Election

1995

December 5, 1995 Special Election
November 7, 1995 Special Election
September 19, 1995 Special Election
May 16 , 1995 Special Election
March 28, 1995 Special Election

1994

November 8, 1994 General Election
September 19, 1994 Special Election
May 17, 1994 Primary Election
March 22, 1994 Special Election

1993

November 9, 1993 Special Election

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2021 Elections
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This page is an overview of the 2021 Oregon elections, including the offices on the ballot covered by Ballotpedia, election dates, and frequently asked questions.

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Offices on the ballot

Below is a list of Oregon elections covered by Ballotpedia in 2021. Click the links to learn more about each type:

U.S. Senate
U.S. House
Congress special election
Governor
Other state executive
State Senate
State House
Special state legislative
State Supreme Court
Intermediate appellate courts
Local judges
School boards
Municipal government
Recalls
Ballot measures
Local ballot measures

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Election dates

Oregon election dates, 2021

Statewide election dates in Oregon are listed below. For more dates, please see the elections calendar.

Statewide election dates

There are no statewide elections in Oregon this year. See the Ballotpedia calendar page for more election dates.



Polling hours: No polling hours (vote-by-mail)

Local election dates

Ballotpedia provides comprehensive ballot coverage of municipal elections in the nation's 100 largest cities by population, including races for trial court judgeships and county offices that overlap them. Ballotpedia also covers the nation's 200 largest public school districts by student enrollment and all school districts overlapping the top 100 cities by population.

Frequently asked questions

When are the polls open?

No polling hours (vote-by-mail)
See State Poll Opening and Closing Times (2021) for more information

Where can I find election results?

Election results are posted on Ballotpedia's election overview pages, as well as the relevant candidate pages. You can find links to the current election overview pages in the "Offices on the ballot" section of this page.

How do primaries work in Oregon?

A primary election is an election in which registered voters select a candidate that they believe should be a political party's candidate for elected office to run in the general election. They are also used to choose convention delegates and party leaders. Primaries are state-level and local-level elections that take place prior to a general election. Oregon generally utilizes a closed primary process. The selection of a party's candidates in an election is limited to registered party members for presidential and legislative elections. However, the Oregon Republican Party voted to open the Republican primary to unaffiliated voters for the offices of secretary of state, attorney general, and treasurer.[1][2][3][4]

How do I register to vote?

To register to vote in Oregon, one must be a resident of Oregon, a United States citizen, and at least 16 years old. Voters must be at least 18 years old by the day of the election in order to receive a ballot.[5] Prospective voters can register online, in person at a county elections office, or by mailing in a voter registration form. The deadline to register is 21 days before an election.[5]


Is there an early voting period? Can I vote absentee?

See also: Early voting and Absentee voting

Oregon exclusively uses a vote-by-mail system. As such, there is no need for explicit absentee or early voting procedures.[6]

Returning ballots

See also: Mail ballot collection and return laws by state

In Oregon, voters may return their ballots to the office of the county clerk by mail or in person. Pre-paid postage in the form of a business reply mail envelope is provided to voters casting their ballots by mail. Oregon permits individuals to return ballots in-person to the county clerk’s office on behalf of an elector.[7][8]

Oregon law also states the following:

(14) A person, except an elections official in performance of duties, may not establish a location to collect ballots voted by electors unless: (a) The person prominently displays at the location a sign stating: “NOT AN OFFICIAL BALLOT DROP SITE”; and (b) The sign is printed in all capital letters in bold 50-point type.[9][10]

Signature requirements and cure provisions

The county clerk may only count a ballot if it is returned in the proper envelope, if that envelope is signed by the correct elector, and if the signature is verified.[7]

Oregon law contains cure provisions, which offer the following instructions to correct a deficient ballot:

(a) In order for the vote of the elector to be counted, the elector must provide evidence sufficient to disprove the challenge not later than the 14th calendar day after the date of the election. In the case of an unsigned return identification envelope, providing sufficient evidence may include completing a certified statement on a form provided by the county clerk. The Secretary of State shall design a standard form to be used for certified statements made under this paragraph.


(b) If the elector does not provide evidence sufficient to disprove a challenge alleging that the signature of the elector on a return identification envelope does not match the signature in the voter registration record for the elector by the 14th calendar day after the date of the election, the registration of the elector shall be considered inactive.[11][10]

Was your ballot counted?

Use the Ballot Search tool provided by the Oregon Secretary of State office to check the status of your ballot.

What are the voter ID laws in Oregon?

See Voter identification laws by state.

How do I file to run for office?

See Ballot access requirements for political candidates in Oregon for information on how to run for state or federal office.

What does Ballotpedia cover?

Ballotpedia's coverage extends to all elections on the federal level, all gubernatorial, state legislative, statewide ballot measure, and statewide judicial elections, as well as many other types of state executive offices. Local election coverage includes comprehensive ballot coverage for municipal and judicial elections in the top 100 cities by population and races for the large counties that overlap them. In the state capitals outside of the 100 largest cities, it includes coverage of mayoral, city council, and district attorney elections. It also includes school board elections in the top 200 largest school districts by enrollment, all California local ballot measures, and notable local ballot measures from across the nation. Ballotpedia also covers all elections in the U.S. territories but not elections in other countries.

How do I contact Ballotpedia with a question?

Email us at [email protected]

  1. National Conference of State Legislatures,"State Primary Election Types," accessed October 25, 2019
  2. FairVote,"Primaries," accessed October 25, 2019
  3. Ballotpedia research conducted December 26, 2013, through January 3, 2014, researching and analyzing various state websites and codes.
  4. Oregon Secretary of State Bev Clarno,"Voting in Oregon," accessed October 25, 2019
  5. 5.05.1Oregon Secretary of State, "Voting in Oregon," accessed October 4, 2019
  6. Oregon Secretary of State, "Learn About Vote by Mail," accessed December 16, 2013
  7. 7.07.1Oregon State Legislature, “OR Revised Statutes, Section 254.470,” accessed October 15, 2019
  8. The Oregonian, "Oregon lawmakers approve paid postage for ballots," June 30, 2019
  9. Oregon State Legislature, “OR Revised Statutes, Section 260.695,” accessed October 15, 2019
  10. 10.010.1Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributable to the original source.
  11. Oregon State Legislature, “OR Revised Statutes, Section 254.431,” accessed October 15, 2019
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Oregon has voted Democratic in the last eight presidential elections. The Beaver State is one of a handful of states with a history of vote-by-mail elections. Since 2000, Oregonians have voted entirely by mail. See 2020 primary results

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