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County Clerk Says Don't Mail Ballots After Tomorrow

BEND, OR -- Deschutes County Clerk Nancy Blankenship is urging voters to mail their ballots in no later than tomorrow, Tuesday for the May Primary. She says there is no postage needed on the ballot and urges people to stay home, cast their vote and stay safe. Blankenship says in Oregon postmarks do not count and ballots must be received by the county clerk no later than 8pm May 19th. She says they have opened additional drop sites for ballots throughout the county. She says the complete list is in the Voters Pamphlet and on the Deschutes County Clerk website.


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