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Official ballot drop sites around Portland

Make sure your vote is tallied.

The Portland Trail Blazers macot, Blaze the Trail Cat, poses beside a large official Multnomah County ballot box outside of the Moda Center.

You can also find a ballot drop box at the Rose Quarter.

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In one capacity or another, Oregon has been voting by mail since 1981, and while this is a convenient option for many Portlanders, not everyone has access to the postal service. So, with the Tuesday, May 21 Primary Election approaching, we’ve compiled a list of places where you can deliver your ballot in person.

Pro tip: Ballots must be dropped off at an official ballot drop site by 8 p.m. on Election Day, but, if you are in line, you’ll still be able to cast your vote after that time.

Multnomah County

Multnomah County Duniway-Lovejoy Elections Building | 1040 SE Morrison St.

A 24-hour slot is available to pedestrians on the north side of the building; a drive-up box is located on both Southeast 11th Avenue and Southeast Belmont Street.

Gresham Voting Center Express | 600 NE 8th Street, Gresham

Find this location on the first floor of the Multnomah County East Building during open hours.

Pioneer Courthouse Square | 700 block of Southwest Broadway

Find it next to Starbucks.

Multnomah County Library | All locations

You can also turn in your ballot wherever you return books.

Regal Cinemas Movie Theater | Southeast Division Street + Southeast 165th Avenue

This location is in the parking lot behind M&M Car Wash.

McCoy Park | Southeast corner near the intersection of North Trenton Street + North Newman Avenue

Washington County

Beaverton City Library | 12375 SW 5th St., Beaverton

You’ll see this 24-hour-access box curbside on Hall Boulevard.

Washington County Elections Office | 2925 NE Aloclek Dr. Ste. 170, Hillsboro

A 24-hour-access outdoor box by the front entrance.

Bethany Library | 15325 NW Central Dr. Ste. J-8

Clackamas County

Milwaukie City Hall | 10722 SE Main St., Milwaukie

West Linn Public Library | 1595 Burns St., West Linn

Westlake Park | 14165 Bunick Dr., Lake Oswego

This box has been moved to the lane that connects the Bunick + Melrose parking lots.

Other counties

If you live outside of these three counties, there are still official drop-off locations available to you. Oh, and don’t forget to download your digital “I voted” sticker.