Washington County 2024 Election Information

Voting in local county and city races is the heartbeat of democracy.

The November 05 Election is when you vote for the President of the United States, Congress, State general elections, City Council, and other local elections.

*please note the link above is to the county website. Updates are pending and should be up shortly

For Voters:

09/21 Ballots mailed to overseas and military voters

10/07 Ballots mailed to out-of-state voters

10/15 Last day to register to vote.
*Registration cards postmarked by this date or submitted online no later than 11:59 pm are valid

10/16 First day to mail ballots to voters

10/31 Last day absentee or replacement ballots are required to be mailed to voters

11/05 Ballots must be mailed with a valid postmark on Election Day
*Ballots deposited in an official drop box must be received by 8pm on election day

For Candidates:

06/05 First day to file declaration of candidacy or nominating petition for local offices filled at general election

08/14 Last day to apply for Washington County Democrats’ endorsement for the Special Meeting of the Central Committee

08/27 Last day to file declaration of candidacy or nominating petition for local offices filled at general election

08/28 Washington County Democrats Special Meeting of the Central Committee: May 2023 Endorsements for presentation and vote

09/09 Last day to file Voters’ Pamphlet for candidates: Candidate Statement form

11/05 Election Day!

Washington County Calendar | Measure/Candidate Filing Forms | Upcoming Candidate and Measure Filings

Voters’ Pamphlet will look like this

screenshot of the may 2022 washington county oregon voter pamphlet

2024 Voters’ Pamphlet will arrive in your mailbox between October 16th – October 27th

*We will provide a PDF version of the pamphlet when it becomes available!

Endorsements and Candidate Interviews

blue background with text: endorsements postcard coming soon
PDF postcard for download with be available after endorsements are complete.


Redistricting from the 2020 Census will begin in 2021 as Federal, State and local Districts redistrict electoral boundaries based on new 2020 Census population numbers. The Oregon Legislature passed Congressional and State legislative boundaries during the 2021 Legislative Special session.

For more information on Redistricting in Oregon please click here >

Maps of Congressional and State Legislative districts click here >


An interactive map of all the latest districting for the county and state, go here ⬇⬇⬇


You must sign your ballot, and the signature must match the one on your registration. Your ballot will be invalidated for lack of signature.
Check your mail for ~2 weeks after the election to make sure you didn’t get a ballot invalidation notice. If you receive a notice, get in touch with the elections office right away to try to get your vote counted.

Candidate and Measure filings can be found here.

Learn more about how to understand your pamphlet and ballot here.