Oregon's Primary Election Is Today

  • Oregon's Primary Election Is Today

Oregon's Primary Election Is Today

Wilkes County voters are preparing to cast their ballots in the General Primary/Nonpartisan Election set for Tuesday, May 22.

It's primary election day in Nebraska and I'm live at a polling place near 13th and highway 2 where voters are filling out their ballots. "A Snapshot Identifying Low Voter Turnout", was a detailed survey conducted with New Yorkers who did not participate in the 2016 general election despite being eligible to vote.

The Special Notice below provides further information. Unaffiliated voters may affiliate with a political party on Election Day by signing a form with their county clerk's office. The battle between them is a microcosm of one being waged within the national Democratic Party: Should the party accept anti-abortion candidates, or should it make the issue a litmus test?

Only a third of Oregon's registered voters weighed in on the election.

San Diego County Registrar of Voters is sending courtesy postcards to two groups of county voters to reduce unnecessary provisional voting at the polls on June 5. Ballot preference is only good for one Primary; you will need to select a preference each time.

Voters can also go to Oregonvotes.gov to check on registration status.

The No-Excuse Absentee Voting Bill would amend the state Constitution to allow for any voter to request to vote by mail without declaring a reason.

For more voting insights, watch NewsWatch 12 This Morning at 5 & 6 a.m.

Attend the session of the Supervisors of the Checklist for your town on Tuesday June 5, 2018, between 7:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and change your affiliation with the Supervisors.

Nearly all Precinct 2 voters will vote at the Mauriceville Fire Department, with the only difference being those in voting box 29 will vote at Gould Center in Vidor.