PORTLAND, Ore. — Today is the last day you can safely mail your ballot in-state in order to ensure it will arrive on time for next Tuesday’s election. A stamp is not needed to mail your ballot.
After today, ballots will have to be physically dropped off at any of the official drop sites around the state before 8:00pm on Tuesday, November 3rd. Postmarks do not count.
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Multnomah County has 30 Official Ballot Drop Sites available now until 8PM on Election Day for you to return your voted ballot. Official Ballot Drop Sites include all Multnomah County Library locations. Please consider returning your voted ballot to the Official Ballot Drop Site closest to you to reduce congestion at other locations. Ballots will be picked up from library locations and Official Ballot Drop Boxes on a regular schedule.
Multnomah County Duniway-Lovejoy Elections Building
1040 SE Morrison Street, Portland OR 97214
Voting Center Express at the Multnomah County East Building
600 NE 8th Street, Gresham OR 97030
Phone: 503-988-VOTE (8683)
Email: [email protected]
Multnomah County Elections normal hours at both voter service locations are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Extended and Saturday hours at both the SE Portland and Gresham locations are:
The Multnomah County Duniway-Lovejoy Elections Building is located at 1040 SE Morrison Street in SE Portland. The Voting Center Express, inside the Multnomah County East Building, is located at 600 NE 8th Street in Gresham. There is limited street parking and it is near TriMet bus routes 15 and 70. The Voting Center Express is a closer service location for more than 140,000 Multnomah County voters that live east of I-205. There is free parking and it is located near the TriMet Gresham Central Town Center MAX Station.
Multnomah County Elections is following all safety recommendations provided by the state and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including wearing face coverings and physical distancing guidelines. Face coverings are required when visiting our two voter service locations. Many voter services can also be completed online.
Multnomah County Elections provides an interpreter, free of charge to anyone who needs help voting in a language other than English. Additional voting and elections information — available in nine languages — is online at mcelections.org.