Ballots for the General Election will be mailed out to Curry County voters on Wednesday, Oct. 14. The deadline to mail state voter pamphlets is the same day.
The last day to register to vote in the 2020 election is Tuesday, Oct. 13. Voters can register at the county clerk’s office or online at https://sos.oregon.gov/voting-elections/
Even if you don’t have an address or receive mail delivery where you live, you can still vote. Homeless U.S. citizens have a right to vote. While voters must provide a residence address on the voter registration form, this address may be any definable location in the county that describes their physical location. This could be a shelter, park, motor home, or other identifiable location.
The mailing address of a person who is homeless or who resides where mail service is unavailable can be the office of the county clerk. The mailing address for the Curry County Clerk is 94235 Moore St., Suite 212, Gold Beach, OR 97444-97055. Voters can pick up their ballot at the county elections office, which is on the second floor of the Curry County Courthouse at 29821 Ellensburg Ave., 2nd Floor in Gold Beach.
Make sure to remember to sign your ballot return envelope. If you forget, the county elections office will contact you to come in and sign within 14 days after the election. Once you have received and returned your ballot, you can use the My Vote! website to track its status.