Oregon Secretary of State

Services for Voters with Disabilities

​​​​​​​​​​Voting Assistance​

Any Oregon voter can request and receive help registering to vote, marking their ballot, or returning their ballot.

You can also get help from a care provider, family member or someone else you choose following the instructions below.

If for any reason you need help, please call the Oregon Votes toll free information line at 866-673-8683 / TTY 800-735-2900 for the hearing impaired or your county elections office​.


Oregon voters with a disability can use a screen reader or other assistive technology to access their ballot at home using Oregon's online ballot-marking tool. This option requires printing, signing and returning the ballot using the return envelope mailed by your county elections office approximately two weeks before an election.​

You can request and receive help from any trusted person, friend, or family member with registering to vote or voting in your home or any other place you choose such as a care center, library, or local senior center, etc.​

Under Oregon law you cannot receive help from your employer, an agent of the employer, or a union officer or agent of a union of which you are a member.

Contact your county elections office​ and ask for assistance.

For Your Vote to Count

Your ballot must be received or mailed with a valid post mark to your county elections office by 8 p.m. on Election Day​.​

Register to Vote

Eligible voters may register online with an Oregon driver license or state ID from the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

Eligible voters must be registered 21 days before an election to cast a ballot.​​

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