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Things You Need To Know: 

Before You Start

1. Primary Date:

May 19

2. Presidential Primary Date:

May 19

3. Polling Times:

 

N/A

4. Is Early Voting Available:

 

Yes, in person at a county elections office

5. Can I Vote by Mail:

Yes, You can register here.

6. ID Needed for Voting:

 

Oregon has a vote by mail process. Your signature will be matched with your voter registration card to verify your identity. You must provide your valid Oregon Driver's License, Permit or ID number. A suspended Driver's License is valid, a revoked Driver's License is not valid. -orIf you do not have valid Oregon ID, provide the last four digits of your Social Security number. -orIf you do not have valid Oregon ID or Social Security number, provide a copy of one of the following that shows your name and current address. acceptable identification g valid photo identification g a paycheck stub g a utility bill g a bank statement g a government document g proof of eligibility under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) or the Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act (VAEH).

7. Voting Without Address

 

\The Oregon voter registration form requires a residential address. The website includes a section on voting under special circumstances. It contains information for voters who are experiencing homelessness. "Homeless U.S. Citizens Have a Right to Vote Voters must provide a residence address on the voter registration form, but this address may be any definable location in the county that describes their physical location. This could be a shelter, park, motor home, or other identifiable location. The mailing address of a person who is homeless or who resides where mail service is unavailable can be the office of the county clerk. Voters can pick up their ballot at the county elections office.​"

8. Interesting Notes

 

The website (not just the application form) is availabe in a number of languages.

2020 Oregon

Housing Profile

A one-page snapshot of the information advocates need to make the case for socially just housing policy.

Oregon
Congressional Profile

The profile pulls from a variety of sources and illuminates several dimensions of housing affordability for renter households in each district, the surrounding area, and the state.

Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020

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1000 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 500

Washington, DC  20005

Email: ourhomes@nlihc.org

Phone: 202.662.1530

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