Category Archives: Politics

May election update

Ballots for the May 18 election began to be mailed out April 28. It’s now too late to update your registration for this election. Visit the county elections page for questions and more information.

May 18 election information

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If you are registered to vote in Oregon, you’ll receive a ballot in your mail around the end of April, followed by the Voters Pamphlet a few days later. April 27 is the last day to register or update your registration.

State Legislative Update

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Governor Brown called for a special legislative session on December 15 with the primary goal of providing additional wildfire and COVID relief. The session successfully began and concluded on December 21.

Cedar Mill News election endorsements

After listening to the candidates and spokespeople for the measures at our October CPO 1 meeting, and reading and reflecting on the literature, here are my views on the local, regional, and state choices on the November 3 election.

Election security in Washington County

With all the confusion and controversy surrounding the national election, we wanted to check with Washington County about how they are ensuring the safety of our own voting process.

November 2020 Election notes

Cedar Mill News has compiled information on key measures and positions on the 2020 general ballot for those in the Cedar Mill area.

Election news

We asked Lisa DuPre, Public Affairs and Communications Coordinator at the Washington County Administration Office, about the county’s ballot collection boxes.

Sunset BSU moves community to peaceful demonstration march

by Andrew Bitans, CMN contributor Today’s BSU Sunset march. Today’s march to honor the lives of African Americans that have been needlessly lost to police violence was well supported by our community. Quite a large turnout, probably around 2000 people. It started raining shortly before we left the high school and ultimately dumped buckets for

Postal service in Cedar Mill

For several months, we’ve noticed posts on NextDoor from people who were unable to deposit mail into the blue collection boxes at Safeway. Some people assumed it was because the Post Office wasn’t collecting mail often enough.

Results of Oregon’s May 19 primary election

Washington County’s 46% voter turnout closely mirrored statewide voter turnout.