Multnomah County Voters' Guide

The Military and Overseas Voters' Guide contains ballot measures and measure arguments submitted for inclusion in the Multnomah County Voters' Pamphlet for the November 2, 2021 Special Election. The information has not been edited for erroneous endorsements. 

Military and overseas voters registered in Oregon have options in voting. Those options include how to mark the ballot and how to return the ballot. During the voting period, military & overseas registered voters can access and mark their ballot online by visiting My Vote, hosted by the Oregon Secretary of State's office. If you have any problems accessing your ballot online, please contact Multnomah County Elections.  Please note, the online system will not work in the following countries.

Ballot Measures and Measure arguments

City of Fairview

City of Lake Oswego

  • Ballot Measure 3-568 - Restricts improvements on certain Lake Oswego park properties.
    - Arguments in Favor
    - Arguments in Opposition
  • Ballot Measure 3-575 - Amends Charter; protects natural areas; allows access to nature.
    - Arguments in Favor
    - Arguments in Opposition

Lake Oswego School District

  • Ballot Measure 3-577 - Bonds for improvements, curriculum support facilities, safety upgrades, address overcrowding.

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue District