Ballots Due In Oregon By 8 p.m. Tuesday

Time is ticking down for ballots to be returned in the state of Oregon.  Ballots must be in county election offices or in official drop boxes by Tuesday at 8 p.m.  In Hood River County, ballots can be taken to the County Admininstration Building on 601 State Street in Hood River or to the drop box at Cascade Locks City Hall.  In Wasco County, take ballots to the Courthouse on 511 Washington or the drop box at Maupin City Hall.  The local ballot in Wasco County is highlighted by a three-way race for Mayor and two contested City Council races in The Dalles, plus other local elections in smaller communities.  In Hood River County, there are four candidates running for three seats on the Hood River City Council, plus a crowded ballot for municipal positions in Cascade Locks.  The statewide ballot has a number of offices on it including the race for Governor, legislative seats, and Congressional seats, plus ballot measures, the most notable of which is Measure 97 calling for a tax on the sales of companies doing over $25 million worth of business in Oregon each year.

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