If you're an eligible Oregon voter but haven't registered yet, you have time — but the clock is ticking. Oregonians have until Oct. 18 at 11:59 p.m. to register to vote in the November 2016 election.
Have an Oregon driver's license or ID card? You can register to vote with ease at OregonVotes.gov.
For a recap on the presidential and gubernatorial races, as well as the many measures that will shape the state of Oregon for years to come, here are some resources to get you ready for Election Day:
- What are Oregonians thinking right now about the election? OPB conducted a new poll outlining just that.
- Not much of a reader and want to listen to political coverage? Just push play on the OPB Politics Now podcast.
- All about Hillary vs. Trump? Here's every story about the battle for the White House.
- Gov. Kate Brown looks to be elected to her first full term as governor after taking over the job from former Gov. John Kitzhaber following an ethics scandal.
- Democracy and this election is what some would say is part of "The American Dream." Have we reached that dream? Think Out Loud has explored the topic in a recent series.
- What exactly is Measure 97? We break down that measure and many others on the Oregon ballot this year.
- President Barack Obama's presidency is coming to an end — but should we be discussing the legacy of the First Lady?