Election Information

 Deadlines & Dates, Candidates, Election Campaigning & Signage, Voter Information, Press Releases, Ballot Drop Sites, Sample Ballots, Results

 

Election Integrity Information – web page provided by the Secretary of State, Election Division

 

May 17, 2022 Primary Election Information

Current Election is – May 17, 2022
Military/Overseas absentee voter ballots will be mailed on or before April 01, 2022
Out of State absentee voter ballots will be mailed on April 18, 2022
Local ballots will be mailed 04/27/2022 (if you have not received your ballot by Monday, May 09, 2022,  please contact our office).

5/10/2022 JV Drop  Box users – Immediate Press Release

Notice – publishing of Election Results

Return voted ballots in an official ballot drop box no later than 8:00 pm, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, or by mail, postmarked no later than Election Day .
Ballot Drop sites open 20th day before each election thru election day only.
Last day for New Oregon voters to register to vote or current voters to change party affiliation for the May 17, 2022 Primary  Election, is Tuesday, April 26, 2022. (Post marks DO count.)
Dates & Deadlines

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First Day to File:  September 9, 2021
Last Day to File: 5:00 pm, Tuesday, March 8, 2022
Filed candidates – as of 12/20/2021SEL 101 – Candidate Filing Form (required) + $50 filing fee or SEL 101 (required) + SEL 102 Major Party Signature Petition Sheet  or SEL 121 – Nonpartisan Signature Petition Sheet (must get prior approval to circulate) +SEL 338 – Petition Submission FormPCP (Precinct Committee Person) filingSEL 105 pdf or online submission:SEL 105D pdf or online submissionSEL 105N pdf or online submission
Local Candidates Statement (only if provided)
Website posting Candidate Statement form (fillable pdf)
Request for Voter list – form (pdf)

Request for Voter list – pdf fillable form

Candidates

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 Please visit:  http://sos.oregon.gov/elections/Pages/manuals-tutorials.aspx , under “Additional Manuals” for the Restriction on Political Campaigning by Public Employees – ORS 260.432 and a Quick Reference Guide.
Regarding Political Signs, please see Malheur County Code, Title 6, Chapter 7:

https://codelibrary.amlegal.com/codes/malheurcoor/latest/malheurco_or/0-0-0-3456

ODOT – Political Sign Rules & Restrictions

Election Campaigning & Signage

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 Last day for New Oregon voters to register to vote and for current registered voters to change party affiliation for the May 17, 2022, Primary Election, is Tuesday, April 26, 2022. (Post marks DO count for voter registration cards.)
 Register to Vote Online
 Download an Oregon Voter Registration Card (fillable pdf)
 Malheur County Absentee Ballot Request Form

Replacement Ballot Request Form

 State Election Publications and Forms
Find your Oregon Congressional District information
 Precinct List and location
 Republican Party/Local Precinct Representative List (PCP) for 2022/2023
Democratic Party/Local Precinct Representative List (PCP) for 2022/2023
Voter information

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Press Release – Closed Primary May 17, 2022 – posted 2/23/22

Press Release – Deadline to file for May 17, 2022 Primary Election – posted 2/23/22

Press Release – Vale Official Ballot Drop Box moved – posted 4/28/21

 

Press Release – 10/22/18 – Return signature envelope required
OP-ED – Election Security
Press Release – Voter Turnout / Results – Owyhee Canyonlands Advisory Ballot
Election Press Releases

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Current Election is – May 17, 2022
Ballot drop sites open 20th day before each election through election day only
Outside boxes– 24/7 (until 8:00 pm Election Day) Current Election is – May 17, 2022

    • *Vale – Malheur County Courthouse, corner of “C” St and Bryant St       (*NEW LOCATION – drive up – parking lot in back of Courthouse)
    • Ontario – Ontario Community Library, 388 SW 2nd Ave, Ontario
    • Nyssa – Nyssa City Library, 319 Main St, Nyssa
    • Jordan Valley – Yturri Blvd, County Right of Way, Across from the Post office
Ballot Drop Sites

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May 17, 2022 – Primary Election

 Notice:  See ORS – 260.695 Sample Ballot Regulations

 Warning:  The sample ballots are large files, please
give them plenty of time to download.

Oregon is a CLOSED Primary!

If you are registered as a Democrat, you will only receive the “Dem” Ballot.

If you are registered as a Republican, you will only receive the “Rep” Ballot.

If you are registered with ANY other party, including Independent, or as “not a member of a party”, you will only receive the “NAV” Ballot.

The deadline for party changes was 4/26.

Precinct 01 – Ontario 1 =  Dem     Rep     NAV

Precinct 02 – Ontario 2 =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 03 – Ontario 3 =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 04 – Ontario 4 =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 05 – Applegate =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 06 – Fair/Ontario Hgts =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 07 – Butte/Cairo =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 08 – City of Nyssa =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 09 – Rural Nyssa =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 10 – City of Adrian = Dem   Rep   NAV

Precinct 11 – Rural Adrian =  Dem   Rep   NAV

Precinct 12 – City of Vale =  Dem    Rep   NAV

Precinct 13 – South Rural Vale =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 14 – North Rural Vale =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 15 – Willowcreek =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 16 – Brogan =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 17 – Ironside =  Dem   Rep    NAV

Precinct 18 – Harper =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 19 – Juntura =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 20 – City of JV = Dem   Rep   NAV

Precinct 21 – Rural JV =  Dem    Rep   NAV

Precinct 22 – Arock =  Dem    Rep    NAV

Precinct 23 – McDermitt =  Dem   Rep   NAV

Precinct 24 – Annex/Huntington =  Dem   Rep  NAV

Current Voter Turnout – see below
Monday, May 16th – 20.7%
Friday, May 13th – 16.8%
Wednesday, May 11th – 13.6%
Monday, May 9th – 10.9%
Friday, May 6th – 8.1%
Thursday, May 5th6.2%
 Sample Ballots

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Malheur County Election Results
Statewide results – Current (will be available at the next state/federal election)
Statewide results – History
Election Results

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