More than 75 issues around Oregon will be decided in the upcoming Oregon election. If you want to vote and need to register (or change your registration) the deadline to do so is tonight.
Online registration will be open until 11:59 p.m. Paper registration forms must be postmarked today or turned in to county elections offices by 5 p.m.
The Nov. 5 election features local issues around the state, such as a school levy in Lake Oswego, a measure to disincorporate the city of Damascus, and creating a fire district in the tiny community of Alfalfa.
"There are dozens of important local measures on the ballot in communities across Oregon," said Secretary of State Kate Brown. "I urge all eligible voters to register if they have not already done so."
Not everyone will get a ballot in this election; some places do not have any issues up for a vote.
For example, in Multnomah County only voters who live in the Gresham-Barlow School District, Corbett School District, Lake Oswego School District, Hillsboro School District or Riverdale Fire District will vote on issues.
To see issues in your area, visit your county's election website. There is a list of all the sites posted on the Secretary of State's website.