Primary election day preparation

Primary election day preparation

Primary election day preparation

- You can register to vote at the polls, when you go to vote.

Polls will open from 8 8 p.m. tomorrow, May 15th. To view the ballot for the June 12 primary election, visit the Voter Registration website at and click on "Current Ballot". Numerous races feature crowded, hotly contested primaries. Registered voters are eligible to vote for all candidates regardless of party affiliation.

Or, if you're feeling a twinge of nostalgia for the old polling place days before OR made all elections vote-by-mail, you can cast your ballot in person in the Benton County Election Office, located in the basement of the county courthouse at 120 NW Fourth downtown Corvallis.

- Anyone may vote in the Democratic primary. Unaffiliated voters may affiliate with a political party on Election Day by signing a form with their county clerk's office.

As the first statewide regular election since the 2017 inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump, the primary is also widely seen as a referendum on which candidates are appealing to GOP voters.

And both Republicans and Democrats are watching the outcome of the gubernatorial primary as a bellwether for conservative Oregonians. "We look forward to a much bigger turnout come General Election!" Stay with us for the latest and download our free app for up-to-the-second results.

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