It’s easy to register to vote in Oregon, online, in person, by mail.
Visit the Oregon Secretary of State Elections homepage or the Register to Vote page directly.
Among other things, the group tried to take over county government by busing in homeless people who they would register to vote.
If you want to #Feel The Bern or tell Hillary Clinton #Im With Her, you have to be a Democrat.And you have to be a Republican if you want to weigh in on Donald Trump, Ted Cruz or John Kasich. Oregon is starting to automatically register voters using DMV data – but there are still a lot of people eligible to vote who aren’t registered.That’s unusual because Oregon votes so late in the primary season (only seven states have a later primary or caucus).However, Oregon Democrats and Republicans both hold closed presidential primaries, meaning that only party registrants can participate.Minnesota and Maine have the highest registration rate in the nation at 80 percent. For those who register online, the signatures on their driver's licenses, permits or ID cards will serve as the signatures for voter registration cards.
Those signatures will be checked to validate mail ballots in elections.
If you are registering by mail, you must provide a copy of one of the following: a valid photo identification, a copy of a paycheck stub, utility bill, bank statement or other government document showing the registrant's name and address.
If sufficient documentation is not provided at the time of registration, it will be requested by elections officials in order for the person to vote at the next federal election.
I suppose you can add a note about your party change to the bottom of the form where it asks you to specify what information you are updating. RECOMMENDATION ON CHANGING YOUR OREGON VOTER REGISTRATION PARTY AFFILIATION: Contact your county’s Elections office; they should almost always be the first place you turn anyway when you have questions about Elections and Voting.
You can find links to your county’s elections info at the So S County Elections Officials webpage.
That’s because it’s also the deadline for changing your party registration – and this really matters now.