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If you are a resident of the City of Portland, 18 years of age,
and a citizen of the United States, you are eligible to vote in
the Portland City Commissioners .
The Primary Election is Tuesday, May 18, 2004 . If no candidate
receives more than 50%, plus 1 vote, the top two vote getters face
each other in the General Election held Tuesday, November 9, 2004 .
The elections will be held by mail in ballot. Ballots are usually
distributed 21 days before the date of each election.
You can receive information about how to register to vote at:
Division, Oregon Secretary of State
For other information about City of Portland elections contact:
Division, City of Portland