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Voters look to cast ballots by Tuesday, Nov. 8 posted on 11/01/2022

The race to be the next Governor of Oregon is one of the most competitive races on the November ballot, while Mountain voters will also get to have their say on a number of local and area candidates.

Ballots are due by 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 8, but mailed ballots must be postmarked by election day and received at the election office within seven days of the election (no postage is necessary).

Voters who need a replacement ballot must make arrangements for pickup at the county elections office by Friday, Nov. 4.

The first election results are expected to be released shortly after 8 p.m. on election day, while Monday, Dec. 5 is the last day for results to be certified.

For Mountain area residents, state races include Darcy Long or Jeff Helfrich for House District 52 and Raz Mason or Daniel G. Bonham for State Senate District 26.

Sandy voters will decide between Walt Trandum and James Hieb for House District 51.

Clackamas County races include Paul Savas or Libra Forde for Clackamas County Commissioner, Position 2; Ben West or Sonya Fischer for Clackamas County Commissioner, Position 5; and Catherine McMullen or Sherry Hall for Clackamas County Clerk. Brian Nava is running unopposed for Clackamas County Treasurer.

Sandy voters will also determine races including Stan Pulliam or Kathleen Walker for Sandy Mayor and Chris Mayton or Jason J. Pruden for Sandy City Council, Position 1. Laurie Smallwood and Carl Exner are running unopposed for council positions 2 and 5, respectively.

Sandy voters and voters in unincorporated Clackamas County will also vote on measures that would prohibit psilocybin-related businesses in their respective areas.

Drop-off ballot sites

*Drive-up ballot drop access

– Clackamas County Elections*: 1710 Red Soils Ct., Oregon City, 97045

– Boring branch of Clackamas County Bank*: 28500 SE Hwy. 212, Boring, 97009

– Hoodland Public Library: 24525 E Welches Road, Welches, 97067

– Sandy City Hall (on the back side): 39250 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy, 97055

– Sandy Public Library*: 38980 Proctor Blvd.,Sandy, 97055

Your voted ballot may be dropped off at any official drop site in the state.

For more information, including an online voter's pamphlet, a way to track your ballot, more drop box locations in Clackamas County and a locator for drop boxes throughout the state, visit: https://sos.oregon.gov, http://www.oregonvotes.gov/dropbox or https://www.clackamas.us/elections.

By Garth Guibord/MT

 

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