WEATHER IN LINCOLN COUNTY

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Record number of Oregonians are voting. At this point use local ballot drop box rather than the mail.

At this point, it's best to take your ballot to a local voter drop box.

At this point, it’s best to take your ballot to a local voter drop box rather than mail it.

EARLY BALLOT RETURNS EXCEED 1 MILLION
Turnout breaks Oregon record for Friday before general election
Sec. of State recommends using local ballot drop box rather than the mail to ensure your ballot arrives in time to be counted.

More than 1 million Oregonians have cast their ballot so far, as voters head into the last weekend before the Tuesday general election according to the Secretary of State’s Office.

Compared to today’s total of 1.05 million ballots returned, 805,862 ballots were returned on the Friday before the 2012 general election, and 810,254 ballots returned the Friday before the 2008 general election.

The turnout number represents 41 percent of eligible voters this election. In comparison, 36.4 percent percent of voters had turned out Friday before the 2012 general election and 37 percent had turned out Friday before the 2008 general election.

“Even with the 230,000 swell from Oregon Motor Voter this election, our turnout is exceeding expectations,” Secretary of State Jeanne P. Atkins said. “As we head into the last weekend before Election Day, now is the time to fill out your ballot, find an official drop box near you, and let your voice be heard this election. If you’ve already voted, ask your friends and family if they have a plan to make sure they cast their vote by 8 p.m. this November 8th.”

Atkins reminds voters that the safest way to send their ballot, if they haven’t already, is via an official drop box. Mailing a ballot at this point risks the possibility that it will not reach its destination on time to be counted.

Drive-up drop boxes are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
until 8:00pm on election day, Tuesday, November 8th.


IN NEWPORT:
Lincoln County Courthouse – located in rear parking lot at the east end of the second row of parking.

Directions:

Go west on West Olive Street to 4-way stop by the jail.
Turn left onto SW Nye Street.
Turn left into second entrance to courthouse rear parking lot.
Go all the way to the end of the row and you will see the ballot box on the left side. (It is marked, “Official Ballot Drop Site.”)
Put your ballot in the box without having to get out of your car!

IN LINCOLN CITY: Lincoln City City Hall – located in the lower parking lot underneath City Hall.

Directions:

Turn west at the stop light by the City Hall. (across from Burger King).
Enter the one-way entrance to the parking lot under the building.
The ballot box is near the elevators next to the water payment box and the book and video drops. (It is marked, “Official Ballot Drop Site.”)
Put your ballot in the box without having to get out of your car!

IN WALDPORT: Waldport City Hall – located in the City Hall parking lot at the east exit.

Directions:

Go to City Hall on Highway 34.
Turn south between the City Hall and the school.
Take an immediate right into the City Hall parking lot.
Continue around the island and you will see the ballot box on the left by the exit. (It is marked, “Official Ballot Drop Site.”)
Put your ballot in the box without having to get out of your car!

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