May 16 Oregon special election
Oregon has a special election on May 16, 2023. Voters in Multnomah County will decide on a county commission chair and a measure that would add a new tax and other counties will vote on local ballot measures, school board positions and/or levies, and water and fire districts, among other races.
Ballots must be submitted by 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 16 in order to be counted. Voters can mail their ballots back in or drop them off at a ballot drop box. Check this page for live results as they start to come in May 16.
MULTNOMAH CO. MEASURE 26-238: CAPITAL GAINS TAX TO FUND LEGAL SUPPORT FOR TENANTS FACING EVICTION
MULTNOMAH COUNTY COMMISSION - DISTRICT 3
PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, ZONE 3
CITY OF PORTLAND MEASURE 26-240: RENEW 5-YEAR CHILDREN'S LEVY
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