US Elections ~ Oregon
Directory of Oregon elections. Oregon candidates for Governor, state reps and Congress (Senators / House of Representatives). OR primary and election races. Voting info. Political parties. State election office.
Election, Primary & Caucus Dates:
Presidential Primary: May 19, 2020
Democrat Delegates: 52
Republican Delegates: 28
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Oregon Electoral Votes: 7
The Electoral College consists of 538 electors.
A majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect the President.
2019 | On Your Ballot:
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For eligibility & identification requirements, dates, deadlines, voting materials, contact info and more: [ click here ].
All important election dates & deadlines for voters: [ click here ].
Poll Opening & Closing Times:
The state of Oregon is an elections by mail state.
However a voter can still vote on election day at their local municipal clerks office 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM Pacific Time.
All ballots must be received by 8 p.m. Pacific Time.
Oregon is split between the Mountain / Pacific time zones.
Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2022.
Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2020.
Oregon Secretary Of State:
Bev Clamo (R)
* Not a candidate in 2020.
Oregon State Legislature:
Senate: Democratic Caucus | Republican Caucus
Oregon has 30 State Senate members: 18 (Democrats), 12 (Republicans).
Length of term: 4 years.
House of Representatives: Democratic Caucus | Republican Caucus
Oregon has 60 State House members: 38 (Democrats), 22 (Republicans).
Length of term: 2 years.
Terms are 6 years in length.
Each state has 2 US Senators. 2 US Senators x 50 States = 100 Total US Senators.
U.S. House Of Representatives:
Terms are 2 years in length.
Oregon has 5 Reps (Congressmen & Congresswomen) in the House.
Total number of Reps in the House = 435.
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Oregon Election Office:
Oregon Elections Division
(Get voter registration & information. Polling places and times. Absentee voting. Ballot measures. District maps. Election FAQ.)
Oregon Political Parties:
Constitution Party of Oregon
Democratic Party of Oregon
Libertarian Party of Oregon
Independent Party of Oregon
Pacific Green Party of Oregon
Oregon Progressive Party
Oregon Republican Party
Oregon Working Families Party
Find Your Home Town | Localized Oregon Election Information:
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- GEORGIA District 6: Donnie Bolena (R) exits race vs Congresswoman Lucy McBath (D). District 7: Zahra Karinshak (D) enters the open seat congressional race. August 16, 2019
- NEW MEXICO District 3: Kyle Tisdel (D) enters the open seat congressional race. Harry Montoya (R) files FEC papers to run. Rob Apodaca (D) exits race. August 16, 2019
- NEW YORK District 19: Tony German (R) to run vs freshman Congressman Antonio Delgado (D). District 27: Rob Ortt (R) to run vs Congressman Chris Collins (R). August 16, 2019
- MARYLAND District 2: Johnny Ray Salling (R) to run vs Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger (D). August 16, 2019
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Calendar Of Events
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- North Carolina - District 3 and District 9 Special Elections September 10, 2019
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