Information Regarding Voting and Election Results

Elections Results Page

 

Am I registered to vote? Click here to check. If you are not or your information is not up to date please  contact the Elections Office 541-278-6254.

As of March 1, 2010 you can now register to vote online. Click here to get started.

You may print a paper version here and mail it to your election office.  Voter Registration Card

Snow birds, college students, and travelers, this message is for you!
If you are going to be away during the winter months and you would still like to vote, you can request an absentee ballot. Simply provide the first and last days you plan to receive mail at this address, and we will send your ballot to this address between those dates. The post office will not forward your ballot from your home address, so it is important we have the address where you'll be during the election.
If you have an Oregon Driver's License/ID this information can be updated online using the Oregon Secretary of State‚Äôs My Vote webpage. Otherwise, please complete and sign the Oregon Secretary of State's Absentee form SEL 111 and return it to our office by mail, email, fax, or drop off.
If you are a Military or an Overseas Voter please visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) webpage.

  1. Military and Overseas Voters Information and Voters Guide
  2. Absentee ballot request form
  3. Maps
  4. Explanatory Statement for Measures Form

Upcoming Elections

May 17, 2022 Primary Election

Election Reporting Schedule

The last day to register to vote or change your party affiliation is April 26, 2022.

You must be registered with a major political party in Oregon to nominate candidates to the General Election for the following offices.

  • US President
  • US Senate
  • US Representative of Congress
  • Secretary of State
  • State Treasurer
  • Attorney General
  • State Senate
  • State Representative

Umatilla County Open Offices

County Commissioner filing form

 

Logic & Accuracy public test - May 4th, 2:30pm

 

 

NEED A REPLACEMENT BALLOT? FILL OUT THE REQUEST AND EMAIL IT TO US AT elections@umatillacounty.net AND WE WILL PROMPTLY MAIL IT TO YOU.

  1. Request a Replacement Ballot
  2. Oregon's Primary System - How it works
  3. Who gets to vote in an Oregon Primary
  4. Party Information
  5. Candidate Filing Form
  6. Candidate Nominating Petition

Candidate Filings for 2022 MAY PRIMARY Election

  1. View Filed Candidates By District
  2. Full list of candidates and races

BALLOT DROP SITE LOCATIONS

Your ballot can be dropped off at one of the following locations:
 

Elections Division
Courthouse Room 18, Basement
216 SE 4th. St.
Pendleton, OR 97801
Mon-Fri 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m
Election Day 7:00a.m.-8:00p.m

Athena City Hall
24 hours daily NEW BALLOT DROPOFF located at the front entrance 302 E Currant St.

Courthouse / Pendleton
24 hours daily located in the REAR PARKING LOT at 216 SE 4th St. Pendleton accessed from SE Court or Dorion Ave

Echo City Hall
24 hours daily NEW BALLOT DROPOFF located at 20 S. Bonanza St. Echo

Stafford Hansell Government Center
915 SE Columbia Dr. Curbside island drive up 24/7

Milton-Freewater
24 hours daily CITY HALL/POLICE STATION (Curbside Island) drive up 722 S Main Milton-Freewater

Nixy'Aawii Governance Center
Confederated Tribe
24 hours daily curbside drive up 46411 Ti'Mine Way, Pendleton

Pilot Rock City Hall
24 hours daily NEW BALLOT DROPOFF located at the front entrance 144 N Alder Pl.

Stanfield City Hall
24 hours daily NEW BALLOT DROPOFF located at the front entrance 106 S. Main St.

Umatilla City Hall
24 hours daily NEW BALLOT DROPOFF located at the back alleyway entrance 700 6th St.


Note
Outdoor Locations with drive up ballot deposit boxes will be available 24 hours a day 7 days a week and will close at 8:00 p.m. on election day.

Oregon Voting Rights for Persons Convicted of a Felony

Oregon Voting Rights