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Countdown to the May 2022 Primary Election

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Voting closes in our statewide primary election on May 17, 2022.

Watch for your ballot in the mail beginning April 27.

> Download the Multnomah County May 2022 Voter's Pamphlet.

It's Campaign Season

We're featuring all the Democrats in these races (non-partisan and primaries) to help you make informed choices. You'll also find candidate websites and contact information if you'd like to get more involved with their campaigns. Many of us are voting in new districts this year. Double-check your districts with the easy lookup tool at Multnomah County Elections.

> Who's on the May 2022 Primary Ballot?

 

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When we all vote, elections can really reflect this will of the people. We can bet that because you're here on this website, you're a regular every election voter. But lots of folks are only sometimes voters, many are only Presidential election voters, even though local races can make much more difference in our everyday lives.  Sometimes people just need a reminder - Life is busy!

> Find Volunteer Opportunities

Look Up Your District

Your voting district may have changed as a result of redistricting. When your ballot arrives, your district number should be clearly marked.

You can also look up your district via the Multnomah County Elections interactive map. The Multnomah County Voter Info site also has answers to questions about registration, the vote by mail process, deadlines and ballot drop locations.