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Nearly 1.8 million Oregon Voters’ Pamphlets hitting mailboxes


Voters’ Pamphlets and other voting resources are now available for Oregon voters. This election, the Secretary of State will send almost 1.8 million printed pamphlets, one to every household in Oregon.

Additionally, the Secretary of State made available Friday the online version of the pamphlet, the Spanish language version, and the audio version of the pamphlet for the sight-impaired. All three versions of the Online Voters’ Guide can be found at

“Voters’ Pamphlets are currently arriving in mailboxes and ballots will start being sent out on October 19th,” said Secretary of State Jeanne P. Atkins. “We send these pamphlets to every single household in Oregon, so receiving a pamphlet does not necessarily mean you are registered to vote. Be sure and check your registration online.”

Oregonians have until midnight next Tuesday, October 18 th , to register to vote. Secretary Atkins encourages Oregonians to visit to register or confirm that their voter registration information is accurate and updated.

“This is where the rubber hits the road. Every Oregon voter gets a say in the direction of their country, state, and community,” said Atkins. “The Voters’ Pamphlet is created to help voters better understand the issues and candidates who want to represent them. I hope Oregonians use these resources to learn more about what’s at stake this November.”

The Spanish language Voters’ Guide for the 2016 General Election contains statements for federal and statewide candidates and the ballot title, estimate of financial impact and explanatory statement for each of the seven statewide measures.

The Online Audio Voters’ Guide for the 2016 General Election contains all measure arguments and candidate statements filed for inclusion in the state voters’ pamphlet. All files are available in .mp3 format and can be downloaded for listening.

Although the Military/Overseas Voters’ Guide was made available early in September, the online version of the voters’ pamphlet released today includes photos of the candidates and is formatted to mirror the published version that is sent to all households in Oregon.

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