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Voting in Ashland

Election results for Oregon will be updated online at results.oregonvotes.gov by the Oregon Secretary of State.

Ashland's official ballot drop-box is located behind the Ashland Public Library at 410 Siskiyou Boulevard. Currently, the alley way accessing the drop box has been turned into one-way traffic allowing vehicles to enter off of Gresham Street and exit onto Union Street.

As the area is still small and has limited parking, we recommend that you drop off your ballot when the library is closed or walk there instead. The library is open only Saturday through Thursday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. You will have until 8 p.m. on November 3 to drop off your ballot at an official drop-box. 

Click here for a list of other official ballot drop-box locations throughout the County

Another reminder is that all ballots include a postage paid envelope that can be sent through the USPS mail boxes. If you are planning on voting early, you can utilize the mail. Jackson County works closely with the local USPS postal processing facility throughout the election cycle. 

You can also track your ballot via the Oregon Secretary of State's website to see when your ballot was mailed out and received by the elections office. Go to Voter Search webpage to track your ballot. 

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