CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Ballots for the November Special Elections have been mailed out.
Election officials said they are in the mail and should arrive in your mailbox in the next couple of days. They said voters who do not receive their ballots by October 26 should contact the Benton County Elections Office.
Voters' pamphlets should also be arriving in the mail. Extra copies are available at the elections office on NW Fourth Street in Corvallis.
There are more than 57000 registered voters in Benton County.
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