About the Voter Education and Outreach (VEO) Program at Multnomah County Elections
(Within this site are resources and guides, event calendars, and contact information.)
The VEO Program leads the effort towards voter access, education, and community outreach. Our goal is to identify and remove barriers to voting throughout Multnomah County, especially for voters in underrepresented communities and locations.
To this end, the VEO Program attends community events and cultural festivals throughout the County. We partner with community-based organizations and groups. We conduct our outreach and education efforts through an equity lens of inclusion and mindfulness.
VEO is active on social media.
Learn More About:
Accessible Voting. Multnomah County Elections provides services for voters with disabilities. Follow this link to learn more about how we can help.
Housing Instability or Homelessness. You can register to vote even if you do not have a permanent residence address or are experiencing housing instability or homelessness.
Oregon is a vote-by-mail state. We've posted the steps to follow on how to vote by mail.
Voter registration. If you're not currently registered to vote or you need to update your information, you can do that online or with a paper form.
Voter pre-registration. Did you know that eligible Oregonians can register to vote at age sixteen?
Who can vote? Overview of voter registration and voting in Oregon.
Request VEO. You can request for VEO staff to attend your community event.
Where to find VEO. 2020 is a highly anticipated election year, so VEO will be very active. Check back for updates on where we will be in 2020.
- Español / Spanish
- Tiếng Việt / Vietnamese
- русский / Russian
- 中文 / Chinese
- Soomaali / Somali
- العربية / Arabic
- 한국어 / Korean
- Tagalog / Tagalog - Filipino
- 日本語 / Japanese
Facts to Know about Voting and Elections (quick guide version)
You can reach Voter Education and Outreach Staff at 503-988-VOTE or firstname.lastname@example.org