Elections Director For Multco Discusses Mailing In Votes Under The New Postmark Law

Votes Under The New Postmark Law: Voters in Oregon still have until November 8 to complete their ballots and place them in a ballot drop box or the mail for their vote to be counted, even though Election Day is quickly approaching.

Voters in Oregon will be able to mail in their ballots on Election Day beginning in 2022 as long as they are postmarked by November 8. Voters must, however, submit their ballots while keeping in mind mail collection hours.

Tim Scott, the director of elections for Multnomah County, said, “We can count it provided we receive it within seven days of the election and it has a legitimate postmark from Election Day.”

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Most in-state mail-in ballots arrive within a few days, and in tight contests, they might decide the outcome. With nearly 75% of ballots still awaiting return, Multnomah County is experiencing the slowest ballot return rates out of all the counties. Approximately 70% of voters in the state have not cast a ballot.

Votes Under The New Postmark Law
Votes Under The New Postmark Law

A man from Aloha suspected of killing two teenagers in 1974: The WCSO Multnomah County Elections offices will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5, and from 8 a.m. on Monday. There are also 24/7 ballot drop boxes available all around the state, many of which are situated in front of libraries.

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On election day, Multnomah County will continue counting throughout the night, and it may not be until later in the week that close races throughout the state are eventually decided.

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