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 and whether to approve a proposed $10 city service fee in Eugene.
As of Monday morning voter turnout in Lane County was 25.7 percent. Voter turnout it Douglas County was 22 percent, Coos County was 18 percent, Benton County was 13 percent and Linn County was 12 percent.
To be counted ballots must be returned to county elections offices or designated drop boxes no later than 8 p.m. on Tuesday.