Measure 20-213: Lane Co. Public Safety

EUGENE, Ore. — The voter turnout so far this year is very similar to the last time a public safety measure was on the ballot. In 2007, Lane County voters struck down a public safety levy; 71 percent of registered voters said no. Supporters of Measure 20-213 are confident this election will bring a different … Continue reading »

Ballot Drop Sites Open Until 8 p.m.

Counties across Oregon that are taking part in the May 2013 Special Election need voter ballots by 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 21. It is too late for voters to mail in their ballots. However, ballots can be returned to any of these official drop-off sites in Lane, Benton, Douglas, Coos and Linn counties.   LANE … Continue reading »

Voter Deadline 8 p.m. Tuesday

EUGENE, Ore. – There’s just one day left to return voting ballots for the May special election. Election officials have been busy processing the hundreds of ballots arriving daily. Voters in Lane County have several key issues on the ballot, including whether to approve a public safety levy, a bond for the 4J School District … Continue reading »

Special Election Voting Deadline Nears

EUGENE, Ore. — The May 21 Special Election is just days away. The Lane County Elections Office suggests you mail your ballot in by Thursday, May 16. But that’s not the official deadline. Voters can drop their ballots off at the elections office right up until 8 p.m. Tuesday. The Lane County clerk says the … Continue reading »

May Special Election Ballots Arriving

EUGENE, Ore. — There is one week to go until the May Special Election. Ballots are arriving daily. So far, in Benton County nearly 8 percent of registered voters have turned in ballots. In Coos County, 11.6 percent have turned in ballots. The voter return in Douglas County as of Monday is 16 percent. In … Continue reading »

One Week Left to Register to Vote

EUGENE, Ore. – Lane County voters have one more week to register to vote during May’s elections. The voter registration deadline is April 30. Eligible Oregonians can even make the process easier by registering online. Lane County voters will decide the fate of three big issue on this year’s ballot for elections in May. Voters … Continue reading »

Eugene Services Fee Up to Voters

EUGENE, Ore. — Another budget-related issue has landed on the May ballot. Eugene city councilors voted Wednesday to send a city services fee to voters. The county decided Tuesday to put its public safety levy on the ballot, and Wednesday with a vote of six-to-two, the city will also be looking to the public to … Continue reading »

Voter Ballot Returns on Track

EUGENE, Ore. — With eight days until Election Day, ballots are arriving daily at County Board of Elections offices. With a presidential election, the offices are preparing to process thousands of ballots. “We see the biggest surge of ballot returns the day before the elections, and the weekend before elections and on elections day and … Continue reading »

Local Voters Face Ballot Issues

LANE COUNTY, Ore. — Have you gotten your ballot yet? The Lane County Elections Office says you should have by Tuesday. Now’s the time to double-check your ballot and give the elections office a call with any questions. November 6 isn’t far away and lately, we’ve been getting some questions and concerns from viewers regarding … Continue reading »

All Ballots Sent to Registered Voters

EUGENE, Ore. — The Douglas County Clerk’s Office is reminding residents, if they have not received their ballot to contact the office at 541-440-4252 or come to the Courthouse Room 124. Voter registration ended October 16 and ballots were mailed on October 19, so registered voters should have received their ballot in the mail. In … Continue reading »

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