Friday, November 04, 2011

Special Election Ballots Due Back Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Friday, Nov. 4, 2011


Time is running out to return ballots for the Nov. 8 special primary election.

Ballots for the election must be returned by 8 p.m. Tuesday in order to be counted. To ensure their ballots arrive on time, voters are advised to bring completed ballots to one of the approved drop sites. Ballots placed in the mail before the deadline but not delivered until after will not be counted.

Completed ballots can be dropped at the following sites:

· Clatsop County Clerk’s Office, Public Services Building, 820 Exchange St., Astoria -or- 24-hour drop box in front of office.

· Cannon Beach City Hall, 163 Gower St., Cannon Beach

· Gearhart City Hall, 696 Pacific Way, Gearhart

· Seaside City Hall, 989 Broadway, Seaside

· Warrenton City Hall, 225 S. Main Ave., Warrenton

· Knappa High School, 41535 Old Highway 30, Knappa

· Mist-Birkenfeld Fire Hall, 12525 Oregon Highway 202

· Clatskanie Library, 11 Lillich St., Clatskanie

For more information contact the Clerk and Elections Office at (503) 325-8511 or go to the Clatsop County website, and click on “Nov. 8, 2011 Special Primary Election.”

Released by:
Tom Bennett
Community Relations Coordinator
(503) 338-3622


Anonymous said...

Where are we on Josh Marquis' efforts to take over the Astoria Municipal Court. We have heard nothing since a special judge was appointed over month ago. I understand that since the Attorney General told Josh he would have to pay for the litigation, Josh has backed off.

Patrick McGee said...

The last directive from Clatsop D.A. Marquis in his public comments on the issue was that any future questions be directed to the Oregon Department of Justice as he cannot discuss the case.

Anonymous said...

So, although he is elected by the public, he cannot comment on law suits that he initiated. Is this what we want in our public officials?
We are talking potentially hundreds of thousands of public money here to further the adventures of a public official.

Patrick McGee said...

Oregon DOJ filed the suit on Caltsop County Disrict Attorney's behalf is, I believe , the way it went.