Voting & Elections

Voting & Elections

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Voting is the most powerful way to have your voice heard. It is the core of our democracy. It is your chance to stand up for what matters to you most and impact the issues affecting you, your community, and the future.  The League offers many tools to help you make informed choices.  The information presented on this page is part of the League's Voter Service work which is non-partisan (not endorsing any position, candidate or political party).  We provide resources and represent all sides equally.  



Exercise your right to vote!  The League of Women Voter's has created  to help voters find election information they need.  

1. Your Personal Vote411 


 Register to Vote
  Verify your Voter Registration (are you still eligible to vote?)
  Create your personal Voter Guide- Info DIRECT from Candidates
  Watch Candidate Interviews
  See your Election Deadlines
  Find Candidate Forums
  Locate Ballot Drop Boxes near you and more

2.  General Information   


  • Absentee ballot process
  • Provisional voting
  • Campaign finance information
  • ID & eligibility requirements
  • & much more

 3.  May 2023 Special District Election Voters' Pamphlet here

What do Special Districts do and who serves in them? 

Check out this informative video to find out. Vote and Volunteer for your special districts!


Was your ballot received?

Check here to make sure your ballot was received by Clackamas County.  Track your Ballot 

Find your Elected Officials

In Clackamas County, we have many highly skilled individuals representing our districts in local, county, state, and national government. Not sure who represents your area? Our Find Your Elected Officials' page will list your specific representatives for many of these positions; from President to City Council.  Find Your Elected Officials  &  FInd your Metro Council officials & candidates   LWV's  Who's Who for Clackamas County Voters provides more extensive information on districts across the County as well as School contact information.  

The Guides, Video Interviews are not produced for Special Elections.  We will offer them in 2024.  Please check for interviews submitted by candidates.

Voters' Guides 

(the League Voter Service work is non-partisan; meaning we never endorse positions, political parties or candidates)

Need non-partisan information on candidates or ballot measures?  We provide voters' guides with ballot measure information and candidate interviews in many different formats to reach all Oregon voters. Voters Guides for 2024 will be posted closer to the elections. For Primary, Mid-term and General election years, we offer the following formats:  EnglishSpanish and Audio guides as well as Candidate Videos and Forums (below).  For all election cycles, we offer an online Voters' Guide through   

Candidate Video Interviews for State, County & Local races.  

Oregon Voters' Pamphlet vs LWV Voters' Guide - what's the difference?

The Oregon Voter's Pamphlet, the gray paper booklet sent by the Elections Division of the Secretary of State to all voters each election cycle, contains election information along with paid statements in support or opposition to candidates and ballot measures. The LWV Voters' Guide is a separate publicationdistributed by local Leagues to libraries and other public buildings, containing nonpartisan information for the sole purpose of voter education.  The League does not accept money from candidates or groups to produce the Voters' Guides.  The guide includes well researched, balanced reviews of ballots measures, basic candidate information, and candidates' answers to three questions related to timely issues. The answers are unedited, printed exactly as they are submitted by the candidates.  

A word of thanks to our partners, Oregon Talking Book, the Braille Library and

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Ballot Measure Information

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Democracy is not a spectator sport.  There are many ways to participate and support the League's work. 

JOIN the League and help us provide non-partisan educational information to voters!  VOLUNTEER to work in the election process.  Learn more:   How you can help

DONATE to our Education Fund to make a tax-deductible contribution to our Voter Service work: 

    • Conducting candidate interviews
    • Compiling & printing the non-partisan Voters' Guides 
    • Conducting Candidate Forums & non-partisan Ballot Measure Presentations.