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What's on the Washington County ballot in May 2020?

Drop off your ballot by Tuesday, May 19 or mail it by Tuesday, May 5.
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A motorist drops off his ballot at a ballot drop box site in Portland, Ore.

US Presidential primary

  • Donald Trump (R)
  • Joe Biden (D)
  • Bernie Sanders (D)
  • Elizabeth Warren (D)
  • Tulsi Gabbard (D)

Secretary of State

  • Mark D. Hass (D)
  • Jamie McLeod-Skinner (D)
  • Shemia Fagan (D)
  • Kim Thatcher (R)
  • Dave W. Stauffer (R)

US Senate

  • Jeff Merkley (D)
  • Paul J. Romero, Jr. (R)
  • Robert Schwartz (R)
  • Jo Rae Perkins (R)
  • John Verbeek (R)

US Representative, 3rd District:

  • Earl Blumenauer (incumbent) (D)
  • Charles Rand Barnett (D)
  • Dane Wilcox (D)
  • Albert Lee (D)
  • Matthew S. Davis (D)
  • Frank Hecker (R)
  • Tom Harrison (R)
  • Joanna Harbour (R) 

State Treasurer

  • Tobias Read (D)
  • Jeff Gudman (R)

Attorney General

  • Ellen Rosenblum (D)
  • Michael Cross (R)

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Washington County Sheriff

  • Red Wortham
  • Pat Garrett

Washington County Commissioner, District 1

  • Jeff Hindley
  • Nafisa Fai
  • Manuel Castaneda

Washington County Commissioner, District 3

  • Roy Rogers
  • Ben Marcotte
  • Lacey Beaty
  • Danny Doyle
  • Cate Arnold

City of Beaverton City Council, Position 3

  • Mark Fagin
  • John Dugger
  • Allison Tivnon

City of Portland mayor:

  • Randy Rapaport
  • Teressa Raiford
  • Bruce Broussard
  • Michael Burleson
  • Jarred Bepristis
  • Willie Banks
  • Daniel Hoffman
  • Lew Humble
  • Beryl Sylvia McNair
  • Sharon Joy
  • Michael Patrick Jenkins
  • Michael O'Callaghan
  • Floyd Heinrich La Bar
  • Ted Wheeler (incumbent)
  • Mark White
  • Ozzie Gonzalez
  • Piper Crowell
  • Cash Blanco Carter
  • Sarah Iannarone

City of Portland Commissioner 1:

  • Carmen Rubio
  • Isham Harris
  • Alicia McCarthy
  • Mary Ann Schwab
  • Philip J. Wolfe
  • Corinne Patel
  • Timothy DuBois
  • Cullis Autry
  • Candace Avalos

City of Portland Commissioner 2:

  • Dan Ryan
  • Margot Black
  • Tera Hurst
  • Aquiles Montas
  • Loretta Smith
  • Ryan Farmer
  • Walter Wesley
  • Terry Parker
  • Diana Gutman
  • Rachelle Dixon
  • Jeff Lang
  • Julia DeGraw
  • James Davis
  • Jack Kerfoot
  • Sam Chase
  • Ronault Catalani
  • Cynthia Castro

City of Portland Commissioner 4:

  • Kevin McKay
  • Mingus Mapps
  • Robert K. MacKay
  • Aaron Fancher
  • Seth Alan Woolley
  • Keith Wilson
  • Chloe Eudaly (incumbent)
  • Sam Adams

Metro Councilor, District 3:

  • Gerritt Rosenthal
  • Alison Balbag
  • Patricia Kepler
  • Tom Andreson

Metro Councilor, District 5:

  • Chris Smith
  • Karen Spencer
  • Cameron Whitten
  • Mary Peveto
  • Mary Nolan

Measure 34-296: Should Washington Co. support enhanced public safety services by levying 47 cents per $1,000 assessed value for 5 years, beginning 2021? The measure may cause property taxes to increase more than 3%.

Measure 34-297: Shall Washington Co. support library services countywide by levying 22 cents per $1,000 assessed value for 5 years, beginning in 2021? This measure renews current local option taxes. 

Measure 34-298: Shall the city of Beaverton adopt a new charter to replace its current city charter? 

Measure 26-209: Portland's proposed gas tax renewal, Measure 26-209, is a replacement for the four-year measure that voters narrowly passed in 2016. The city estimates the 10-cent-per-gallon fuel tax will raise $74.5 million over four years, beginning in January 2021. 

Measure 34-295: Shall Tigard increase patrol officers and add school resource officer with five-year operating levy, $0.29/$1,000 assessed value, beginning 2020? This measure may cause property taxes to increase more than three percent. 

Measure 3-556: Should members of Wilsonville City Council be term limited to serving no more than 12 years in any 20-year period? 

Measure 26-210: Support homeless services by taxing incomes over $200,000 for joint and $125,000 for single income earners, as well as profits on businesses with income over $5 million?

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