04-24-2018  1:35 am      •     
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By The Skanner News

Scattered reports of voters not receiving their voting materials have been looked into without much result, and officials are urging anyone who still needs a ballot or a Voters Pamphlet to call for a replacement immediately.
If you still don't have your ballot, call the Multnomah County Elections Division at 503-988-3720 for a replacement as soon as possible.
Voters who have not received a Voters' Pamphlet from the Oregon Secretary of State can call 1-866-673-8683. Multnomah County has additional copies of the Voters' Pamphlet available to pick up from the Election office located at 1040 SE Morrison St., Portland. The Voters' Pamphlet is also available online.
Voters can mail their voted ballot back for one first class stamp or drop off their ballots at any official drop site until 8 p.m. on the day of the election.
Visit www.mcelections.org for more information about the May 18 Primary Election or voting in general.
Questions about voter registration status, address changes, etc. may be directed to Multnomah County Elections at 503-988-3720. Voters may also check registration status by following the Am I Registered To Vote link on the Elections division website.
The U.S. Postal Service has mailed approximately 404,000 ballots in Multnomah County for the May 18 Primary Election.

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