Drop Off Ballots November 2018

For Immediate Release: Friday, November 02, 2018

Traffic revisions along Murray Boulevard and other locations planned for Tuesday election
UPDATED: 11/05/2018
Sponsored by: Assessment and Taxation Department, Elections Division

Too Late to Mail Ballots for November 6 General Election

Aloha Community Library Ballot Drop Box  Cedar Mill Community Library at Bethany Ballot Drop Box

Update: Beginning Monday, November 5, the middle turn lane will be closed along S.W. Murray Boulevard just south of S.W. Millikan Way. This traffic revision will enhance safety for drive-through ballot collection activity at the Elections Office at 3700 S.W. Murray Boulevard, Beaverton. Last-minute voters will also be encouraged to drop off their ballots at an official ballot drop site in the Kmart parking lot on S.W. Murray Boulevard north of the Tualatin Valley Highway or at several other official ballot drop sites listed at the Washington County Elections Office website.

Original Release: Washington County elections officials are asking last-minute voters to drop off their ballots at official collection sites as soon as possible so that all ballots are processed in a timely manner. The deadline for voting in the November General Election is 8 p.m. Tuesday, November 6.  

With only a few days left in the vote-by-mail election period, Washington County has received over 93,299 ballots so far, or about 26 percent of all registered voters.  

Ballots will be collected until the 8 p.m. deadline Tuesday at several official drop-off sites throughout the county. Official drop-off sites are listed below and on the county's website at www.co.washington.or.us/elections   

Drive-through Ballot Drop Sites
Drive-through ballot collection service will be offered Monday, November 5, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday, November 6, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on at the County Elections Office at 3700 S.W. Murray Boulevard, Beaverton.

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, beginning at 8 a.m., this drive-through service will be expanded to include: 
24-hour Drop Off Sites

Voters may drop off their completed ballots at several 24-hour drop-off sites, including: 

Indoor Drop-Off Sites
Official drop boxes at indoor locations (limited hours of operation are available by phone) include: 

Information about vote-by-mail, voter eligibility and other election matters may be found at the Washington County Elections Office websiteor by calling 503-846-5800.

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