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Oregon Voters Must Register By Tuesday

Rachael McDonald

Oregon's November election features a governor's race and a couple of hotly-debated measures. In order to cast a ballot, voters must register by Tuesday.

Lane County Clerk Cheryl Betschart says there are several ways to register to vote by Tuesday:

Betschart: "You can go online at Oregonvotes.gov. That is available for those that have a driver's license, an Oregon i.d. card, or a permit.  And that can be done from the convenience of your home at a computer and that can happen all the way up to 11:59 p.m."

Voters can also mail a registration card to Lane County Elections, postmarked by the 14th or fill one out at the office on 10th and Lincoln in downtown Eugene.

Betschart says they're planning for a 70-74 percent turnout in Lane County. She says there are several high-interest issues:

Betschart: "Definitely the governor's race, the US senate race. Measures statewide: the genetically modified organisms, the marijuana measure, the top two primary. I think those are generating a lot of conversation out there."

Lane County has been getting packets of new registrations daily from college students and from local campaigns. Ballots are scheduled to be mailed starting Friday.

Karen Richards has been a KLCC reporter since the fall of 2012.
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