TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Letter to Multnomah County Voter
- Multnomah Co. Commissioner Map
- Metro Council Dist. Map
Multnomah County Commissioner
City of Portland
- Measure #26-53 (City of Portland)
- Measure #5-119 (Scappoose School District)
Dear Multnomah County Voter:
You are about to receive your ballot in the mail and there are a few things you should know:
Voted ballots MUST be received at our office or drop site location by 8:00 PM, Tuesday, May 18, 2004 to be counted.
If you are registered as a democrat, you will receive a ballot containing the democratic candidates, the non-partisan candidates, and the measures. You will also receive the democratic precinct committeeperson ballot.
If you are registered as a republican, you will receive a ballot containing the republican candidates, the non-partisan candidates, and the measures. You will also receive the republican precinct committeeperson ballot.
If you are registered with other than a major party, you will receive a ballot containing the non-partisan candidates and measures.
Not all the candidates or measures in this Voters’ Pamphlet will be on your ballot. Your residence address determines those districts for which you may vote. Your official ballot will contain the candidates and issues which apply to your residence.
Not all candidates submitted information for the Voters’ Pamphlet.
This Voters’ Pamphlet is on our website. Our website also includes helpful information such as links to other election and media sites: www.mcelections.org.
At 8:00 PM on election night we will have election results posted on our website and we will update that site throughout the evening.
If a ballot was delivered to your residence for someone who should no longer be receiving a ballot at your address, please write “RETURN” on the envelope and place it back in your mailbox. If a ballot was sent to someone who is deceased, please write “DECEASED” on the envelope and place it back in your mailbox.
If you make a mistake or change your mind while marking your ballot, you may request a replacement ballot from the Elections Office. If there is not enough time before the election to receive AND return a replacement ballot, you may make your changes on the ballot but it is critical that you make your choice obvious because election workers will inspect each ballot to make sure voter intent is understood and the ballot is counted correctly.
REPLACEMENT BALLOTS: If you lose your ballot, accidentally destroy it or make a mistake on your ballot please let us know immediately, so that we may issue a replacement ballot in time for you to vote.
Telephone assistance for the hearing impaired to call our office is: 1-800-735-2900 (TTY) or 711.
INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCES provides audio tapes of this pamphlet for those who are sight-impaired or blind: 503 232-7411 (Voice) or 503 232-8408 (TTY). A copy of this tape, as well as bipartisan assistance, is also available in our office.
Multnomah County Elections provides two handicapped parking spaces at 1040 SE Morrison. Please call to make advance arrangements for curbside assistance.
If you have any questions you can contact our office at: 503-988-3720 or fax 503-988-3719.
Director of Elections email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: Candidate statements are printed as filed by the candidate. Multnomah County does not correct errors in spelling or grammar.