Elections, politics, Washington County

More than 1.5 million voters have cast a ballot in Oregon so far

Campaign signs line the median on Oak Way in Banks on Wednesday, October 28. Photo: Chas Hundley

If you’re registered to vote in Oregon and you haven’t yet voted, you’re now in the minority. According to the Oregon Secretary of State’s office, there were 1,541,944 votes cast as of Wednesday morning, representing 52.3% of nearly 2.95 million registered Oregon voters. 

And if you do vote, it’s too late to drop that ballot in the mail and have any certainty it’ll arrive at the county elections office in time, so head over to one of Washington County’s 21 official ballot drop sites — some of which . . .

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