October 19, 2020
The Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office will not tolerate voting intimidation or tampering.
Protecting a person’s right to vote is critical to our office. We will prosecute anybody who attempts to intimidate or prevent a person from casting their ballot.
Remember, no one is permitted to inspect your ballot or the return envelope prior to it being cast. You do not need to answer questions about your ballot or how you voted.
If you feel like someone is interfering with your right to cast a ballot, you should call 503-823-3333 (Multnomah County non-emergency) or in an active emergency, call 9-1-1.
Remember, the key election dates:
You have until October 27, 2020 to safely mail your ballot for this election
Remember, postmarks don’t count in Oregon
You can also drop off your ballot at any Official Ballot Drop Site by 8 pm on November 3.
Multnomah County’s Elections Division has other important information about the November 3, 2020 General Election
- Click here for information on key dates, including the last day to safely return your ballot by mail
- Click here to find Official Drop Sites in Multnomah County
- Click here to Track Your Ballot
- Click here for information about the security of mailing your ballot
- Click here to visit the homepage for Multnomah County Elections Division