It's not too late for registered voters in Oregon to cast their ballots for this year's election, but it's getting close to the end.
The deadline for all ballots in Oregon is 8 p.m. PST, Tuesday, Nov. 8 (today), but voters can no longer mail them in. Instead, you can drop them off at your local elections office or at a secure ballot drop box.
Here are a few resources to make sure your vote is counted:
- OPB's visual voter guide breaks down key races and measures in an easy-to-digest package.
- The OPB Politics Now Podcast takes a closer look at the issues that matter to Oregon voters.
- Our live blog is updating throughout the day on the latest news about the presidential election.
- OPB's results page is your source for up-to-the-minute results on the presidential race and the races on your Oregon ballot.
Now, where should you drop your ballot? This handy tool from Oregon.gov will help you track down your local ballot drop box.