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Lincoln City City Hall will open for ballot drop off

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Lincoln City Ballot Drop

Voters will have access to Lincoln City’s official ballot box on the third floor of City Hall with COVID-19 restrictions in place beginning Oct. 16.

Lincoln City’s City Hall has been closed to the public due to COVID-19.

The City is opening its front doors to the public, located at 801 SW Highway 101, and will have an attendant who will check temperature and make sure people are following COVID-19 prevention procedures. Voters will need to sign in, wear face coverings and maintain social distancing.

A drive-up location located in the lower parking lot under City Hall will also be available for voters to drop off ballots.

Voters with temporary mailing addresses and those wanting their ballots delivered in person can call Lincoln County Clerk Dana Jenkins at 541-265-4131.

Ballots will be mailed starting Oct. 14, 2020.

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  1. I was wrong Kevin – Carol was right, I didn’t read your entire comment. No trolling meant. Sorry! I will be make sure to read the entire thing next time 🙂 The important thing is – VOTE!

  2. I don’t reply to many of these posts, I’ve had troll trouble before, but I don’t think you’re a troll Kelly.
    Not afraid of being seen, or my political position, it’s emblazed on the roof
    of my shop building.
    I simply think this drop off inside of city hall is stupid.

  3. There is a drive up box located at City Hall on the first floor near the entryway to the building. In the parking garage. You can use that one if you are scared of being seen. Lol.

  4. What? Is there something wrong with the simpler drive up drop off?
    This is pointless and open to theory about the reasoning behind it.
    Largely democrat run state fooling around with precedent, nothing to
    see there. Maybe there is something wrong with the USPS locations?
    Anyone that thinks we are going to jump through silly hoops to ride the
    city hall elevator or walk up the stairs to do something that cam be done with
    more anonymity is deluded.


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