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Ballot drop sites for the May 2014 primary

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The ballots for the May primary have been mailed, and perhaps some of you have finished them and are ready to return them. Ballots are due back by 8pm on May 20.

To be sure your vote counts you may want to consider dropping off your ballot instead. Postmark dates do not count, so the ballot must be either at the elections office or in an official drop box by 8pm on the 20th. There are a number of sites available throughout the county to drop it off.

If you do drop off your ballot at a differing county’s drop box, it will get forwarded to Washington County, but the best and fastest way to get your vote counted is to use a Washington County site.

Here are the 24-hour sites:

Charles Cameron Public Services Building, rear entrance
155 N. 1st Avenue, Hillsboro

Service Center East Building, Election Office
3700 SW Murray Blvd, intersection of Murray and Millikan, Beaverton

Banks Library
111 Market St., Banks

Cornelius City Hall
1355 N. Barlow St., Cornelius

Forest Grove
Pacific Avenue and Birch St., Forest Grove

Hillsboro Library Main Branch
2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy., Hillsboro

King City City Hall
15300 SW 116th Ave., King City

North Plains City Hall
31360 NW Commercial, North Plains

Sherwood City Hall
22560 SW Pine St., Sherwood

Tigard City Hall
13125 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard

Tualatin City Office/Council Building
18880 SW Martinazzi Ave., Tualatin

During business hours, you can also drop your ballot at the following libraries:

Beaverton Library
12375 SW 5th St., Beaverton

Cedar Mill Library
12505 NW Cornell Rd., Portland

Garden Home Library
7475 SW Oleson Rd., Portland

Hillsboro Library - Shute Park branch
775 SE 10th Ave., Hillsboro

West Slope Library
3678 SW 78th St., Portland

You can follow up if you want to know if your ballot was received by calling the Washington County elections office at 503-846-5800, or by calling 1-866-ORE-VOTE. You may also visit the website at https://secure.sos.state.or.us/orestar/vr/showVoterSearch.do.

As a special note, military ballots were mailed about a week before local ballots, to give those overseas and at bases throughout the US the chance to get their selections made and ballots back in time. For more information on military and overseas students, please visit http://www.fvap.gov/faq.html

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