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Check Out Our Voters’ Guides for Governor and Treasurer


Election Day is less than one month away, but soon Oregonians who are registered to vote can start mailing in or dropping off their ballots. AARP Oregon asked all the candidates for Oregon Governor three questions about issues relevant to our members and all Oregonians: retirement security, transportation/mobility options, and support for caregivers. We also asked all the candidates for Oregon Treasurer the question about retirement security.

You can view the answers of the candidates who chose to respond by going to and providing your address. When you do, you'll  access the voters’ guide which outlines their positions on key AARP issues. Candidates also provided contact information so you can find out more about their positions on other issues, as well as their qualifications for office.  Before you vote, find out all you can about the candidates. We also want to thank the candidates who responded to help us all better understand their priorities if elected.

We also have an analysis on Measure 97. While AARP Oregon is not taking a position, we want you to have solid, unbiased information so you can make your choice. Read about it here.

A reminder – to learn more about voting in Oregon, including online voter registration, where ballot drop boxes are located, and much more, visit the website of the Oregon Secretary of State. If you are not registered to vote, you have until October 18th to register in order to vote in this election. And please remember, ballots must be RECEIVED by November 8th in your county elections office! If a voter chooses to cast their ballot after the Wednesday before an election, the ballot should be left at a drop box site to ensure it is counted.

Be informed and engaged. And please vote.

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